Carroll Hospice provides comprehensive hospice services to individuals with a life-limiting illness in Baltimore, Carroll and Frederick counties and Baltimore City, in Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

Our goal is to allow patients to live out the remainder of their days as comfortably as possible, while also providing support to their families. Learn more about our mission and philosophy. 

Services offered through Carroll Hospice include:
Hospice Services
Home-based and Inpatient Hospice Care:

To make the most of the care and services offered by Carroll Hospice, a patient may require different intensities (levels) of care during the course of his or her illness.

The Medicare/ Medicaid Hospice Benefit (and many private insurance companies) provides four levels of care to meet the patient’s clinical care needs, including routine home hospice care, general inpatient care, continuous home care and inpatient respite care.

Regardless of the hospice level of care, you and your loved ones have access to hospice staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week. After-hours telephone support and in-person visits are available to handle anticipated and unplanned changes in the patient’s condition.

Learn more about our levels of care.


Bereavement Support and Counseling:
Our bereavement team offers up to 13 months of counseling sessions for hospice patients’ families. These sessions help families realize that the feelings they are experiencing are normal and allow them to work through and understand those feelings. In addition, our bereavement counselors oversee our grief support groups, open to all in the community, where thoughts and feelings of those who have experienced loss can be shared with others.

Learn more about our grief resources and support groups.

We Honor Veterans:
A program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, We Honor Veterans aims to improve the care of veterans. Carroll Hospice has achieved level five status in the program, the highest available, for its efforts in addressing the specialized needs of veteran hospice patients and honoring their service to the country.

Learn more about our participation in the We Honor Veterans program.

Spiritual Resources:
Carroll Hospice strives to ensure your spiritual needs are met during this difficult time. The chaplains at Carroll Hospice assess the spiritual needs of patients and families, and they contact local clergy as requested and provide spiritual care. In addition, our inpatient facility, the Dove House, provides a multi-faith chapel for patients and their families.

Learn more about our spiritual resources.

Financial Assistance:
Carroll Hospice is a non-profit organization that provides hospice care and services to all individuals in need. Regardless of insurance coverage or financial situation, no one is refused or denied hospice care, and every patient receives the same level of high-quality service.

Learn more about financial assistance.

Carroll Hospice is here for you and your family. Read frequently asked questions about hospice care and learn how our team is ready to help.

Please call 410-871-8000 with questions about our care.