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BURIAL AND INTERMENT SERVICES - NCD

NEVADA CEMETERY DISTRICT #69836161


location_on A
  • 10523 WILLOW VALLEY ROAD
    Nevada City, Nevada

The Nevada Cemetery District offers a wide variety of interment* and service options in the 18 open and active cemeteries that it operates. The District offers complete interment services, with the exception of permanent granite or marble in-ground memorial markers, once a full-body casket or a cremains urn is delivered to a cemetery. The District will open and close graves for burials of full bodies or cremains and provide grave-side furnishings such as a tent and chairs. It will open and close niches in columbaria for interments of cremains. It will assist in the scattering of cremains or the interment of cremains in an underground vault and provide bronze memorial markers for both.

The options available from the District include:

  • In-ground plots for full bodies
  • In-ground plots for cremains
  • Opening and closing full-body and cremains plots
  • Concrete and poly vaults for full-body burials
  • Cremation vaults for in-ground cremains
  • Concrete foundations for permanent in-ground …
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DEATH & DYING SERVICES - FULL CIRCLE OF LIVING AND DYING

FULL CIRCLE OF LIVING AND DYING #34686295


Full Circle of Living and Dying offers End of Life (EOL) planning, after death care education, and more.

Services
  • Advance Planning; Co-Create an End of Life plan of care
  • Support through dying process with trained End of Life Doulas*
  • Education in the After Death Care process with trained Death Midwives
  • End of Life Caregivers-extra care when needs expand
  • Hands on training for community groups
  • Grief Counseling
  • The Art of Living and Dying expressive arts therapy
  • Free community Education Events
  • Useful community resources
* The word “doula” is often used to refer to a childbirth coach. But doulas can help when life ends too. An end-of-life doula is a nonmedical professional trained to care for a terminally ill person's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs during the dying process.
FIRST CALL HOSPICE - CITRUS HEIGHTS

FIRST CALL HOSPICE #65631274


location_on B
  • 6929 Sunrise Boulevard
    Citrus Heights, Sacramento

First Call Hospice provides end of life care to patients in familiar, comfortable and appropriate surroundings.

Patients may receive hospice care in a variety of locations, including their home or a care center.

First Call Hospice serves all of Sacramento County and parts of Placer County. Call for Placer County service areas. 916-725-2580

First Call supports the patient & patient's family during the end of life process and for 13 months after the patient's death.

Care is provided by an interdisciplinary team: doctor, nurse, home health aide, spiritual care provider and volunteer.
FUNERAL SERVICES - HOOPER AND WEAVER

HOOPER AND WEAVER MORTUARY #4663173


location_on C
  • 459 Hollow Way
    Nevada City, Nevada

Provides cremation, funeral and interment services and pre-planning for when there is a death.
HOSPICE SERVICES - HOFO

HOSPICE OF THE FOOTHILLS #4663011


location_on D
  • 11270 Rough and Ready Highway
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Business Line
    530-272-5739

Supports families in the care of the terminally ill. Provides a list of qualified caregivers that families may employ to supplement their own care.

Offers home visits and consultations with the attending physicians by the Medical Director, nursing care, short stays in an inpatient facility for respite or pain and symptom control, home health aides and homemaker services, equipment and supplies, patient support volunteers, medications related to terminal illness, emotional support, counseling advocacy and referrals, bereavement support groups and counseling, coordination of spiritual support, and dietary counseling.

Provides physical therapy, and occupational and speech therapies as needed.
HOSPICE SERVICES - TFHD

TAHOE FOREST HOSPITAL DISTRICT #4662321


location_on E
  • 10121 Pine Avenue
    Truckee, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-414-4862
  • After-Hours
    530-587-6011

Coordinates hospice care for individuals to provide support for individuals, their family, and caregivers. The goal of hospice is to enhance dignity and comfort as life nears its end. Hospice also provides bereavement support to families through counseling, support groups, telephone calls and letters. 

This is one of many possible First 5 Nevada County Ready to Grow (R2G) program resources.
LONG TERM CARE CENTER - TFHD

TAHOE FOREST HOSPITAL DISTRICT #51793369


location_on F
  • 10121 Pine Avenue
    Truckee, Nevada

Offers a 37 bed long term skilled nursing and rehabilitative care center. Develops and coordinates care plans. Provides activity and recreational programs, and hospice care. Residents have access to hospital services 24 hours a day. Accepts Medicare and Medi-Cal.
PRE-PLANNING COUNSELING - CHAPEL OF THE ANGELS

CHAPEL OF THE ANGELS MORTUARY & CREMATORY #61001309


location_on G
  • 250 Race Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Provides education regarding pre-planning, pre-funding, advance directives, and end of life options. Trained funeral counselors answer questions and provide information to assist families with having their end of life choices communicated and even pre-planned to ease the burden left with next of kin. By appointment only, Tuesday-Thursday
SUTTER ROSEVILLE MEDICAL CENTER: HOSPICE

SUTTER ROSEVILLE MEDICAL CENTER #65783139


location_on H
  • 1 Medical Plaza Drive
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-781-1000

The emphasis of hospice care is on pain control and symptom management, and emotional support, enabling patients to live out their lives with dignity and comfort, surrounded by the people and things they love. Because end-of-life care presents a tremendous emotional and physical burden on family and friends, hospice fills the gaps to allow those close to the patient to worry less about the details of care and more about the important emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and family. Hospice care is provided in the home, home-like setting, or skilled nursing facility and is staffed by a medical director, chaplain, nurses and aides, medical social workers, bereavement coordinator, and a team of trained volunteers.