Arkansas Valley Hospice, Inc.
What Does Honor Mean to You?
As part of We Honor Veterans, Arkansas Valley Hospice, Inc.
partners with the Center for American Values, Inc.,
asking students, K-12th grade:
'What Does Honor Mean to You?'
(See more on the We Honor Veterans page)
(Students present their winning submissions at the Center for American Values, Inc.
Read more by clicking link below):
31st Annual Calf Auction
La Junta Livestock Commission, Inc.
Hosts 62nd Anniversary Sale,
Honoring Arkansas Valley Hospice, Inc.
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AVHospice team member and patient
"Bringing mom home to the Valley was the best decision; the support we have received from (Arkansas Valley Hospice) has made all the difference. If I had to describe the difference between the hospice in California and Ark Valley Hospice, I could do it in one word: 'commitment.' The people here don't make it seem like a job; it's a calling. They do everything with heart."
~Kris Watters, Rocky Ford, Colorado
(talking about her personal experience with her mother in both,
Arkansas Valley Hospice, Inc.'s palliative and hospice program)
531 Lewis Ave. La Junta, CO 81050.
719.384.8827 Office/719.384.2045 Fax
Arkansas Valley Hospice, Inc., started in 1985, is a non-profit organization. AVH serves
community members in Otero, Crowley, Bent, Pueblo, Las Animas, and Lincoln county,
providing hospice, palliative, respite, as well as other programs. The mission of Arkansas
Valley Hospice, Inc., is to support people in the final phases of life, comfort the grieving, and
educate the community about end of life care.
Arkansas Valley Hospice, Inc. is on-call and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you are a patient or a caregiver experiencing an emergency, call 719.384.8827