Hospice is a holistic wrap around service of care. It’s not just a building and its not just doctors and nurses.
Hospices provide a range of supportive care from sharing your life story with a biographer, bereavement counselling, and spiritual care, plus many other services. It’s whatever brings the individual and their whānau peace and joy.
Anyone with a life limiting illness, can access hospice care and support. People with life limiting conditions such as multiple sclerosis, lung failure, cancer, motor neurone disease, or dementia can benefit from palliative care.
Whilst hospice care is primarily focused on the person who is dying, services are also for the family and whānau both before and after their loved one has died.
Everything we provide is free of charge. As an essential health service the majority of funding comes from Government, the remainder comes from community fundraising.
Thank you for your significant financial support
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Save on fuel and donate to North Haven Hospice
North Haven Hospice has teamed up with Kora to offer you fuel discounts from Mobil or Waitomo, combined with donations to North Haven Hospice.
‘Tropi-follicle’ fundraiser supports North Haven Hospice
When Kara Hosznyak accepted a dare to style her hair as a pineapple she decided it could also inspire fundraising donations for a charity close to her heart – North Haven Hospice.
North Haven Hospice and the End of Life Choice Act
North Haven Hospice will continue to provide specialist palliative care and end-of-life care to any person needing support, regardless of their personal views on assisted dying. However, Hospice is not required to provide assisted dying procedures and has chosen not to do so.
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North Haven Hospice
24a Takahe Street, Tikipunga, Whangārei, 0112