We are all just walking each other home. - Rass Dass

Naming Opportunities


A gift to the Aroostook House of Comfort is an opportunity to support our fundraising efforts to grant patients and their families access to an inpatient and respite care facility. Your gift also presents a unique chance to be permanently recognized with various naming opportunity choices. We would be happy to discuss which opportunity would be the best option for you.

Your Gift Ensures

Our success is due to the support of volunteers, donors, and our local communities.

  • Maintenance of a state-of-the-art facility with six patient suites, a beautiful family living room overlooking gardens, conference and counseling rooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a children’s playroom, a chapel, and several private gathering areas.

  • The long-term existence of the only inpatient hospice care facility north of Augusta.
  • The Aroostook Hospice Foundation’s ability to sustain a Charity Care program. A portion of funds raised is allocated to assist patients and families who may be underinsured, uninsured, or lack other financial means in covering the expenses associated with care at the Aroostook House of Comfort. Our unwavering mission is to provide quality end-of-life care, regardless of one’s financial capacity.
  • The Aroostook Hospice Foundation’s commitment to delivering compassionate care, comfort, dignity, and support to individuals and their loved ones when the patient’s needs extend beyond what home hospice can provide.

Available Opportunities

  • Aroostook House of Comfort Building
  • Cleaning/Linen Supply Room
  • Family Kitchen
  • Family Dining Area
  • Housekeeping Supply Room
  • Family Laundry Room
  • Medical Staff Break Room
  • Medical Staff Locker Room
  • Oxygen Room
  • Heating Utility Room
  • Utility Room
  • Small Sitting Areas
  • Garden Memorial Benches
  • Patient Window Gardens
  • Patient Suites
  • Patient Wings

More Information

For more info about our naming opportunities please submit the form below and we will contact you.

The Aroostook Hospice Foundation, owner of the Aroostook House of Comfort, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.

Our Generous Donors

Our bond fuels a commitment to making an impact on the lives of patients and their families.

Leaving a Lasting Legacy

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Compassion & Guidance

Our Foundation


The Aroostook Hospice Foundation, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Their mission is to raise hospice care awareness, charity care funds, and secure the long-term existence of the Aroostook House of Comfort.


Our Supporters


Our generous donors make it possible to maintain a 9,800-square-foot state-of-the-art facility where individuals and families receive compassionate care, comfort, and support on their journey through hospice.



Your Impact


Learn more about how your donation helps sustain our non-profit facility and assist individuals regardless of their ability to pay.





What People Say About Us

“When our family's world felt as though it was falling apart as we grappled with the impending loss of my mom, the question around how we would proceed to put her at ease in her final days had an easy answer for us. The Aroostook House of Comfort is such a gift to our community and families in northern Maine. While I wish no one ever had to utilize their services, when families need help with a dying loved one, there is no other place I would turn to or recommend than the Aroostook House of Comfort. Their staff was incredibly attentive, providing comfort and guidance not just to Mom but to all of us in the family during and after her passing. If you have a loved one who may need end-of-life care, I can recommend no other facility and team higher than the Aroostook House of Comfort.”

Trey Stewart 

"The Aroostook House of Comfort, to me and my family, was a place in Presque Isle that we knew as “The Hospice House.” On August 3, our family started looking at this place in a different light and will continue to do so for the rest of our lives. When we drove up, the first thing we noticed was the beautiful landscaping, the peaceful aura of the place itself, and the warm, inviting atmosphere of the building. The team was getting Dad settled in his new room. We were greeted by an extremely friendly volunteer who welcomed us and ushered us into a room where Dr. Jones was waiting for us. Our experience with the House was nothing short of amazing. I can’t say enough good things about the place itself, the staff that works and volunteers there, or the amazing mission of the organization.”

Tony Lahey