West Virginia’s First Hospice House


The new wing adds twelve new patient bedrooms to the facility, bringing the total number of patient rooms to 24. Two of the rooms are specifically designed for the comfort of children. The decision to expand the House was driven by the need for additional bedrooms, since the original twelve rooms have remained continuously full since the House opened.

A sincere Thank You to those who contributed to the Hospice House expansion campaign. The expanded facility is open to the public for tours. For additional information, or to learn how you can make a tax-deductible gift to the Hubbard Hospice House, contact Jim Wilkerson at 304-768-8523 or 800-560-8523..

About the Facility

Known as the Hubbard Hospice House, this 24-bedroom residential facility has the appearance of a very comfortable home and is equipped to provide excellent health care. It is the first of its kind in West Virginia. Join us for a virtual tour of the Hubbard Hospice House.

Who will benefit?

The creation of this house will enhance the service we currently provide our community and state. The Hubbard Hospice House will assist in the care of three groups of our current patients:

Those who are in the last days of life and need special medical care which their caregivers cannot adequately provide at home;
Those who are in the last days of life and are faced with being alone; and
Those who need to give their caregivers at home some temporary respite from the exhausting task of caregiving.
This home offers terminally ill patients in West Virginia a familiar, comfortable, and loving environment in which to die in peace, as free from pain as possible.