At The Chaplaincy, we focus on the whole person - their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Through our Hospice Care, Chaplain Services and Grief Support we comfort, guide and care for people experiencing end-of-life, illness, personal crisis and loss.
Incorporated in 1972, The Chaplaincy provides spiritual, emotional, and physical care to our community through hospice, grief support and chaplain services. Hospice care is provided in patient homes as well as in our Hospice House facility. Grief services are available to all in need including a dedicated center for youth. Chaplain services are provided to correctional facilities, hospitals, Emergency Response units, the Tri-Cities Cancer Center, and our hospice programs. The Chaplaincy is committed to caring for those struggling with grief and loss and is dedicated to providing care to both patients and families before, during, and after a loved one passes away.
The Chaplaincy is a non-profit organization and assists all individuals in need of our services with our main constituency being the Mid-Columbia area of Southeastern Washington. The work of The Chaplaincy is supported by individuals, businesses, foundations, local service clubs, and communities of faith.