Wednesday December 9th, 2020

National Hospice & Palliative Care Month - A Time of Reflection

Since our inception in 1979, Trellis Supportive Care (formerly Hospice & Palliative CareCenter) has grown to meet community needs and has benefitted from generous supporters and advocates. In a year that has seen more than its share of challenges, we have experienced extraordinary community support, and our team has been unwavering in our commitment to provide care, every day, to nearly 575 patients and families throughout our region. At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we adopted the motto - COVID Can’t Stop Compassion.
Wednesday February 12th, 2020

Built by the community for the community

Built by the community for the community Trellis Supportive Care began as a grassroots organization over 40 years ago by local pioneers of the hospice movement. They were inspired to improve the quality of life for patients facing advanced illness, and their families. They believed in a team approach to high quality, compassionate care provided at home – wherever the patient calls home.
Tuesday December 10th, 2019

Trellis Supportive Care Salutes 101-Year-Old Female Veteran at Breakfast Event

Susan Rudd, a 101-year-old Army WWII Veteran is no stranger to the many veteran events hosted by Trellis Supportive Care; however, being the guest of honor at today’s Pearl Harbor Remembrance Breakfast among 600 fellow veterans was a welcome surprise. Trellis Supportive Care’s veteran outreach coordinator, Don Timmons, gave a special salute to Rudd as part of the program, which took place at the Richard Childress Racing event room. “I had breakfast with my favorite 101 year old veteran,” shared Timmons. “A great way to top off our 5th year of Veterans Coffee events,” he added.