High Peaks Hospice will be holding a Grief Support Group session, offering Peer support on the third Thursday of the month: July 15 & Aug. 19,10:30 a.m. at the Paine Memorial Library, 2 Gilliland Ln., Willsboro. Click here for more information.
The annual 4th of July 6.5k Firecracker run is back after taking a year off due to the pandemic. The run will be held on Sunday, the 4th of July, and will benefit High Peaks Hospice’s Rainbows program that supports children who are dealing with grief/loss. Click here for more information.
Has your child experienced grief or loss?Register for the Rainbows for All Children 6 Week Summer Session, Wednesdays July 14th - Aug 18th, from 4:15pm-5:15pm. This session is free for children between 6 and 12. Advance registration is required.This children's grief/loss support group is a unique opportunity sponsored by High Peaks Hospice to address the
Join us for this year's annual 4th of July Firecracker Run for Rainbows! What: 6.5K Firecracker Run When: 7/4/21 Registration at 7:30am, $10/participant with additional donations welcome. Race Starts at 8:00am Where: Start - 2885 Essex Rd, Essex NY 12936 Finish - Downtown Essex Who: YOU with all proceeds supporting the High Peaks Hospice, Rainbows
A huge THANK YOU to the 12 teams and the 67 individuals who participated, and the 122 people who donated to our event - our WALK had a total of 189 supporters! You helped raise over $13,000 for High Peaks Hospice to provide more families in our community with quality hospice care. You helped make our
The Rainbows for All Children Grief Support Program at High Peaks Hospice just completed the 2020-2021 Winter/Spring Session at the Moriah Central School District. Jackie Foster, our Northern Bereavement Coordinator closed out this event with the Rainbows Traditional ``Celebrate Me." Rainbows' programs help children who are grieving the loss of a parent or guardian due to death, divorce/separation, deployment, deportation,
High Peaks Hospice celebrates National Nurses Week (May 6-12th) with a spotlight featuring Q&As with some of our nurses here at High Peaks Hospice. We are thankful for all that our nurses do for those we serve on Hospice Care, and our communities at large. Please join us in celebrating all of them along with
High Peaks Hospice was voted #1 Hospice in the Post Star Best of the Region 2021! Thank you to all the families and businesses in the community who support us. The heart of our organization is to support families through a very emotional and difficult time for which we would never ask to be recognized
Spring is finally here! Why not take a walk to help raise funds for High Peaks Hospice? Our goal is to get 250 participants outside of our organization to register. To help us meet this goal, the only thing you have to do is register as an individual or as a team- 5k is the
High Peaks Hospice invites you to join us for an outdoor Luminary Remembrance Celebration to commemorate those we've loved and lost. Friday, April 30th from 7-8 pm | St. Patrick's Church | 12 St Patrick's Place, Port Henry, NY OR Saturday, May 15th from 7-8 pm | Lake Placid Horse Show Grounds | 5514 Cascade Rd, Lake Placid, NY Luminaries
With heartfelt thanks, we are pleased to share that High Peaks Hospice has received support again this year from Stewarts’ Holiday Match, for our Rainbows Children’s Grief Support Program. High Peaks is proud to have Stewart’s in our corner in many ways throughout the year and over the years. Thank you very much to the
High Peaks Hospice would like to take a moment to observe and acknowledge with full appreciation, National Doctors Day 2021. National Doctors Day honors these professionals for their dedication and contributions to society and the community. Their dedication puts the patient first time and again. On National Doctors Day, we say “thank you” to our
We are excited to announce that, once again, we’ve been awarded a Generous Acts Grant from the Adirondack Foundation. The Foundation works to enhance the lives of the people in the Adirondacks through philanthropy. This grant will help us continue to provide care to the terminally ill and families who call upstate NY their home.
Throughout the month of March, High Peaks featured our amazing Clinical Social Work Team Members on social media. Please read below to learn more about and from our staff. Hadley Adams, MSW Why did you choose social work for your life’s profession? I think it chose me, really. I was a sociology major undergrad, interested