A warm welcome.
We recognize there are many traditions, rituals, and practical aspects that families consider — on an individual, community, cultural, or faith basis — when a loved one dies. We want to hear from you what services and supports you believe will be important in Halifax’s first residential hospice.
Please complete the short survey below. You may choose to self-identify in a cultural group, a faith group, a visible minority group, or any other group if you feel it’s helpful to expressing your views about hospice. Personal and identifying information will not be shared with the public.
Thank you for sharing your views. We appreciate your feedback.
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Hospice Halifax is committed to adhering to the privacy protection provisions set out in the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. We will take all reasonable steps, including appropriate technical and organizational measures, to protect your information. Your personal information will not be shared with a third party.
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If you are in a time of mental health crisis, please call the Nova Scotia Mental Health Mobile Crisis Team (service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week) at 902-429-8167 or toll free at 1-888-429-8167; call 9-1-1; or visit the nearest hospital.
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