Frequently asked questions about Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice
Who do you serve ?
What is your service area ?
We serve the Colorado Front Range west of Denver from Lookout Mountain to Bakerville, from Evergreen to Echo Lake, from Morrison to Kenosha Pass, Central City and Blackhawk. The four counties we serve are Jefferson (foothills area), Park (northeast of Kenosha Pass), Clear Creek, and Gilpin.
View our Service Area Map.
What is your average patient census on a given day ?
Approximately 270 patients.
Where do you see your patients ?
How many individuals are involved with the staffing at Mount Evans ?
We currently have 66 employees, 21 volunteer board members, and 700+ volunteers.
Looking for a full or part time career or to volunteer at Mount Evans? See our Open Positions and Volunteer Opportunities.
What is Palliative Care ?
The goal of palliative care is for an individual to receive symptom (pain, nausea, anxiety, depression) management when dealing with a serious illness. The care team will assist with comfort care and the patients can still be pursuing curative treatment for their illness if they choose.
Visit the Palliative Care page for more info.
What type of counseling support do you offer ?
We offer many support groups, three to four eight-week bereavement groups a year, and individual counseling. We offer support to our patient’s families and community members. We follow a hospice patient’s family for 13 months following a death.
If you’d like to find out more, please visit our Support Groups and Counseling page.
What is Camp Comfort ?
It is our award-winning bereavement camp for children now in its 25th year. Camp Comfort is offered two weekends each summer. We have served over 1,500 children from numerous states in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
Visit the Camp Comfort page to learn more about this incredible experience.
Why do you fundraise ?
We fundraise 18 percent of our total budget. Mount Evans is a nonprofit agency that serves the community and our patients regardless of ability to pay. Fundraising also supports our bereavement programs, volunteer programs, Mountain Journey and Camp Comfort.
Interested in the many opportunities for helping our community? Visit our Support Us page to find out how you can make a difference.