BECKLEY, WV (WOAY) – Hospice of Southern West Virginia announced it is joining a network of 70 not-for-profit hospices across the country called the National Partnership for Hospice Innovation.
The organization helps hospices by offering support and ideas to help improve the services of all its network members. Director of Relations Christopher Clay says the service will help families care for loved ones in other states.
“I think the biggest development right now is you got the hotline. The hotline is a recent development for the network and it is going to be very important for families in the area,” said Clay.
For more information, visit www-hospice-innovations.org.