Woodland Hospice does not charge the client or family for any services, medication, equipment, or supplies. If insurance is available for the client, hospice bills the insurance company directly and accepts reimbursement as payment in full. If no insurance is available, we provide the same services at no cost to the client or family. This service is possible through insurance reimbursements and the generous support of the community by way of memorials, donations, and fundraisers. Clients who move to the hospice house may have a room and board fee for some of the days of care there. Call the Woodland Hospice office for more information about Hospice House.(989)773-6137.

Hospice Home Care:
Caring for people with an incurable illness in the warmth and comfort of their own home is the heart of our care and philosophy. Services are available to the patient, caregiver, and family. Woodland Hospice also contracts with several local nursing homes and Adult Foster Care Homes and can provide complete hospice services in any setting.

Hospice Inpatient Care:
Typically, the staff of Woodland Hospice can manage any symptom or procedure in the home. However, we recognize that some patients are more comfortable or feel more secure in a facility setting, and we continue our care at Hospice House or in the hospital.

Respite Care:
Caregivers may need a break at times to attend to other areas in their lives. Woodland Hospice offers highly trained volunteers for short term respite care as well as a variety of other supportive services. In the case of longer term respite needs, a five day respite stay at Hospice House is available.


Woodland Hospice and Morey Bereavement Center has individual chaplains to provide spiritual support to individuals of all faiths, always respecting the beliefs, traditions and wishes of the individual.



Woodland Hospice offers individual grief counseling as well as support groups for children, teens, and adults. All groups are facilitated by therapists trained in grief counseling, and are free of charge to the public.

Morey Bereavement Center
The Morey Bereavement Center offers the following grief groups available to the public free of charge:

Adult Grief Group More information
Group meets 1st Tuesdays of every month from 5:30-7:00pm.

Individual or Family Counseling
Morey Bereavement Center offers individual, family or group counseling in your home, church, your work place, schools, or at our facility. These services are free of charge, but donations are welcome and appreciated.

Stepping Stones- A free quarterly workshop for grieving children ages 6-11, who have experienced a loss in their lives of any kind. The goal of Stepping Stones is to allow children to express feelings, discuss personal losses and changes, remember positive memories of the loved one and recognize support systems and healthy coping strategies. Meeting dates are Tues. Nov 18, Tues. Feb 24, and Tues. April 28 from 5:30-7:30 pm.

Transitions- A free support group for teens ages 12-17, who have experienced a loss in their lives of any kind. Loss comes in many forms for teens and as they age and move through developmental stages, teens will work through their grief again with their new understanding of the world. Meeting dates are the 3rd Thursday of each month from 5:30-7:30pm. “When Family Grieve” Kits
These kits are available at Woodland Hospice & Morey Bereavement Center. These kits are a helpful tool for families with children ages 2 – 8 who have suffered the loss of a loved one. These kits are provided to families free of charge just stop by the Hospice House and ask for one.

All groups will meet at the conference room:
Woodland Hospice & Morey Bereavement Center
2597 S. Meridian
Mt. Pleasant MI 48858

For more information contact Valerie Maloney @ (989) 773-6137

Woodland Hospice and Morey Bereavement Center has a social worker who is available to provide guidance, support, advocacy and assist with financial questions relating to the challenges individuals and their loved ones face as they face a terminal illness.


Woodland Hospice and Morey Bereavement Center staff are always available to provide education on disease process, questions relating to end of life decisions, grief support, and how to have the conversation.
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