2017 - 2018


For Center for Hospice Care it’s now 32 years of helping over 12,500 patients and families create memories and live their lives to the fullest. We continue to be guided by our mission; to provide quality care for people with life-limiting illnesses and support for their loved ones before and after death.


Looking back over the year…

Our exceptional Interdisciplinary Staff cared for 579 patients and their families

Our specialized Bereavement Team provided guidance and support for over 1,070 bereaved family members as well as those individuals in our community suffering from the death of a loved one

Our Expressive Arts Program for children, teens and adults reached over 490 people to provide this unique service free of charge

We celebrated 10 years in our Administrative Office and Community Bereavement Center on the generous campus gifted to us by Sts. Peter & Paul Church

We were recognized as a Connecticut Top 100 Workplace based on employee opinion survey

Our organization remained fiscally strong with generous community support

New Federal Emergency Preparedness and Conditions of Participation regulations were successfully addressed/ implemented

Exploration of an alternative option for a hospice facility other than on our campus was competed and the decision to not go forward was communicated to our community

Discussions continued with other health systems regarding collaboration and or alignment

The Connecticut home care environment remained incredibly challenging with the severe CT budget issues and rapidly changing provider sector

So, we’re ready for another 32 years …

We could not accomplish what we do each day if it were not for the incredibly skilled and committed staff and volunteers who so competently care for our patients and families before and after death.  We are privileged to be invited into the homes of those in need of our care within our community.


2017 – 2018

Net Patient Service Revenues


Net Assets Released – Repurposed to Operations


Net Assets Released – Other 59,103
Total Operating Revenues


Salaries and Related Expenses


Professional Fees and Contracted Services


Supplies and Other






Space Occupancy




Provision for Bad Debt

Total Expenses


Gain/(Loss) Income from Operations


Contribution Income Net of Fundraising Expenses ($173,482 in 2018)


Interest and Investment Income


Realized Gains (Losses) on Sales of Investments


Total Non-Operating Income


Excess Revenue over Expenses


Unrealized Gains/(Losses) on Investments


Change in Unrestricted Net Assets


Contributions listed within this report are donations and in kind gifts of $5,000.00 or more that were generously made to Center for Hospice Care Southeast Connecticut between July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. 

American Legion Riders Post 112
Rev. Trust of Helen C. Andreone
Estate of Wilbur B. Beckwitz
Dominion Nuclear CT, Inc.
Electric Boat Employees Community Services Association
Estate of Marianne R Felmet
R.S. Gernon Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hitchery
Kitchings Family Fund
Attorney and Mrs. P. Michael Lahan
Mrs. Joanne E. Lotreck
Mohegan Sun
RADM. and Mrs. John Padgett, III
Dieter H. Scholz Trust
Estate of Florence L. Siling
The Day
Wireless Zone
Wireless Zone Foundation for Giving, Inc.

Interested In Supporting Center for Hospice Care?

Annual donations provide the resources for us to address the most immediate and emerging needs of the agency. By making an annual donation you are helping our patients and families have the best end-of-life care and bereavement services.

Thank You for your support and your trust in our care.

We want to take this opportunity to thank all the generous supporters who donate to our organization and allow us to provide care that is needed regardless of someone’s insurance or inability to pay for services.

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