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Memories Live
55 Union Place    Box 164
Summit, NJ  07901
Phone: 646-245-1698
Email:  Kerry.Glass@memorieslive.org 
Websitehttps://www.memorieslive.org
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To see some of the photographs taken by ACPCG founder Erin Dallas, visit her website at www.footprints.com The mission of Memories Live is to help people with life-limiting 
illnesses preserve their images, stories and wisdom by creating personalized movies to 
pass on to their loved ones.

Flashes of Hope Inc. 
Administrative Office: 
36 S. Franklin 
Chagrin Falls, OH  48022
Phone: 440-442-9700       Ann Arbor, MI Chapter:  810-217-4512
Website: https://flashesofhope.org
We are honored to be there to capture those smiles and forever preserve images of courage, beauty and dignity. Every year, we provide free portrait packages to 5,000 children in 55 cities across the country. Each family is presented with framed enlargements, proofs and a digital 
photo gallery of all the images. The portraits help the children see themselves in a new light. 
The images are not of sick kids, but of strong and beautiful children filled with hope.
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By focusing on the child, we put cancer in the background. Volunteer stylists make every 
child feel special before they step in front of the camera with family, friends and often, a 
favorite nurse. At the photo shoot, each child receives a Happy Pack filled with items that 
provide comfort and distraction from the monotony and isolation of a long hospitalization.
The birthday party atmosphere quickly turns a routine day into a celebration of the love 
that surrounds them.

KIDS KICKING CANCER      
Headquarters:
27600 Northwestern Hwy.  Suite 220
Southfield, MI  48034
Phone: 248-864-8238
Email: info@kidskickingcancer.org 
Website:  https://kidskickingcancer.org
Kids Kicking Cancer’s mission is: To ease the pain of very sick children while empowering 
them to heal physically, spiritually and emotionally. Kids Kicking Cancer’s Heroes Circle 
program provides therapeutic martial arts classes and hospital visits for children and teens. Weekly classes at hospitals, clinics, and even the children’s homes, teach traditional karate moves along with the mind-body techniques of meditation, breathing, relaxation, and visual-ization to dramatically lower pain levels.
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Using martial arts therapy, Kids Kicking Cancer teaches seriously ill children & their siblings 
to:
All services provided by Kids Kicking Cancer are at no cost to the children and families. 
They are 100% free of charge. Children 3 years & older, and their siblings are eligible for
the program.   


HELPFUL NATIONAL & STATE ORGANIZATIONS

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPC)
1731 King   Suite 100
Alexandria, VA  22314
Phone: 703-837-1500
Website: https://www.nhpco.org
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Americans for Better Care of the Dying
1700 Diagonal   Suite 635
Alexandria, VA  22314
Phone: 703-647-8505
Website: https://caringcommunity.org/resources/models-research/americans-for-
better-care-of-the-dying



METRO DETROIT & MULTIPLE COUNTIES

Barbara Karmanos Cancer Institute
4100 John R
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 855-373-7255
Email:  info@karmanos.org
Website: https://www.karmanoscancercenter.com/michigan/taylor/karmanos_
cancer_institute/cancer_specialists/ppc/
Hospice care is paid for by most insurance companies. Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross 
and other insurances cover the cost of Hospice.  If a patient does not have insurance, 
the Institute will work with the patient and the family to provide care. 
United Way funding is also available to assist some families.

Hospice of Michigan           
Administration Office: 
2366 Oak Valley Dr. 
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone: 888-247-5701  24 hour hospice information & referral line 
&
555 Briarwood Circle  Suite #140
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
&
39531 Garfield 
Clinton Twp., MI  48038
&
26957 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield, MI 48033
&
43097 Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills, MI  48302
Website: https://www.hom.org
Hospice care is covered by most insurers, including Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross/
Blue Shield and most commercial insurers and HMOs. Hospice is a covered benefit 
under Medicare for people who have a life expectancy of six months or less. Medicare 
will pay 100% of all hospice team services, medications, durable medical equipment, 
and medical supplies related to the terminal illness and/or prognosis. Room and board 
costs in a facility are considered custodial care and are not covered under the Medicare 
hospice benefit. Occasionally, other insurers will cover room and board costs. For non-
Medicare patients, any applicable patient pays, spend-downs, co-pays, or deductibles 
will apply.
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However, Hospice of Michigan accepts everyone who needs and seeks our services 
regardless of your ability to pay, and we are always willing to work with our patients 
and families to insure there is open access to our program.

Henry Ford Hospice 
Phone: 800-436-793
Website: https://www.henryford.com/services/at-home/hospice 
Care that offers comfort to patients and their families:
For more than 30 years, Henry Ford Hospice has been dedicated to providing trusted 
hospice care that promotes dignity and affirms life. Our expert team provides you and 
your loved ones with the kind of professional, comprehensive and compassionate end-
of-life care that you deserve and need.
Providing Comfort Care:
Hospice provides pain management, symptom control, and comfort care when patients 
decide to stop life-sustaining treatments or there is no likelihood of recovery from an 
illness. We care for the patient and family as a unit and are sensitive to their unique 
situation. There is a nurse on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide support.

The Residence of Arbor Hospice       
Administrative Offices:
2366 Oak Valley Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone: 888-992-2273
&
The Residence of Arbor Hospice
440 W. Russell  #100
Saline, MI  48176
Phone: 734-662-5068
Email: WebContact@arborhospice.org
Website: https://www.arborhospice.org
When a patient’s illness progresses to a point when physicians say they expect the 
time remaining is about six months or less – and comfort becomes more important 
than cure – Arbor Hospice helps make every day its most fulfilling. An entire team of 
medical experts, home health aides, social workers, spiritual care advisors, grief sup-
port managers and trained volunteers help you or your loved one stay comfortable, 
live life on your terms and meet your goals. Our team practices a holistic approach 
to end-of-life care for each patient and family, complete with physical, emotional and 
spiritual support tailored to each individual.

Angela Hospice                                
14100 Newburgh 
Livonia, MI  48154
Phone: 734-464-7180
Website: https://angelahospice.org
Angela Hospice offers compassionate physical, emotional and spiritual care for term-
inally ill patients, and provides supportive care and grief services for family and com-
munity members. 
Counties Served: Wayne, Oakland, Livingston, Washtenaw & Macomb Counties 

Trinity Health Care
20555 Victor Pkwy.
Livonia, MI  48152-7018
Phone: 734-343-1000
Website: 
https://www.trinity-health.org/find-a-service-or-specialty/home-health-hospice-care
Trinity Health at Home is recognized as a provider of choice for home health and hospice 
care. This network of agencies provides services seven days a week with on-call availability; 
assigning consistent, highly trained caregivers; offering specialized programs such as pal-
liative care, fall prevention and advanced wound care; and meeting or exceeding all home 
care outcome standards.

Hospice of Lenawee              
1903 Wolf Creek Hwy.
Adrian, MI  48221  
Phone: Main Phone: 517-263-2323  
Hospice Home number: 517-263-3328
Email: info@hospiceoflenawee.org
Website: https://www.hospiceoflenawee.org
As the only Non-Profit Hospice rooted in Lenawee County, here is how Hospice of
Lenawee stands apart: 
We are the only Non-Profit Hospice in Lenawee County that has an eight-bed in-patient 
Hospice facility specializing in end-of-life care.
We service only Lenawee County area, therefore we are able to give more personalized 
attention and faster response time for on-call emergencies.
We offer Bereavement services to anyone in our community that has suffered a loss at 
no charge.
We have the only Board Certified Hospice & Palliative Care Medical Director providing 
end-of-life care in our community.

Hospice of Northwest Ohio
8132 Secor 
Lambertville, MI  48144
Phone: 419-661-4001   866-661-4001
&
Toledo Center
800 S. Detroit Ave.
Toledo, OH  43609
Email: admissions@hospicenwo.org
Website: https://www.hospicenwo.org
1.  Receive care at home or one of our two hospice centers
2.  Get relief with unmatched pain and symptom management
3.  Find emotional, spiritual guidance
4.  Access certified staff dedicated to palliative and hospice care
5.  Discover caregiver and grief support
6.  Trust in the area’s first and only independent, non-profit provider

Premier Hospice             
Administrative Office: 
33259 Dequindre  Suite C
Troy, MI  48083
Phone: 248-588-1885    877-580-1885
Email: info@premierhospicemi.com
Website: http://premierhospicemi.com
The mission of Premier Hospice is to change the concept and perception of hospice care, 
to make the whole experience extremely supportive and empowering for patients and their families. At Premier Hospice, we know that making this decision does not mean the patient 
has given up on life. In fact, we realize it is just the opposite. Patients and their families who request services from Premier Hospice embrace life and want to live out their lives in comfort 
with the people they love. Premier Hospice makes this possible with compassionate care.
Counties Served:  Genessee, Oakland, Macomb, Wayne & Washtenaw 

GRACE HOSPICE       
2755 Carpenter   Suite 1W
Ann Arbor, MI  48108-1711
Phone: 734-975-0499
&
500 Kirts Blvd.  Suite 250
Troy, MI  48084-4135
Phone: 248-837-4390
&
500 Kirts Blvd.  Suite 250
Troy, MI  48084-4135
Phone: 248-837-4390
Website:  https://ghospice.com
Our care includes a team of doctors, nurses, social workers, counselors, hospice aides, chaplains, and trained volunteers. They work together focusing on the patient’s needs, 
whether physical, psychological, or spiritual.

Parrish Palliative & Hospice Care 
27211 Lahser   Suite 203
Southfield, MI  48034
Phone: 248-352-3400
&
2232 Centennial 
Sylvania Twp., OH  43617
Phone: 419-537-7600
Email: info@parrishhhc.com
Website: https://www.parrishhhc.com
Family, nurse-owned and operated agency with over 35 years of health care experience.
Our services may be requested directly by the doctor, patient, family, friend, the hospital 
or extended care facility. 







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