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

Our Community

  • Since 2014, 1,200+ blankets have been created and donated throughout the County. Recipients include the Aroostook House of Comfort, Hope and Justice Project, the Homeless Shelter, Maine Veterans' Home, Caribou Fire and Ambulance, Cary Cancer Care Clinic, Bread of Life Soup Kitchen, Life by Design, The Farm of Hope, and DHHS.

  • Hospice volunteers go through a seven-week training provided by Northern Lights Home Care & Hospice. NLHCH recently redeveloped a slightly different take on “in-person” training to meet CDC guidelines during the pandemic, allowing applicants to train via Zoom. Despite Covid-19, caring and compassionate people participated in new hospice volunteer training.

  • We invite you to take a short survey to help us understand community impressions of hospice care in our region. The survey takes less than five minutes to complete. Please help our community learn more about hospice awareness.

  • The Aroostook House of Comfort would like to ensure that our patients, volunteers, staff, and community are safe from Covid-19. We are taking every precaution within our facility to avoid exposure and take preventive actions daily to stop the virus’s spread. We are following the guidelines issued by the CDC to help minimize any potential health risks.