British Columbia Division

Rotary Hospice House Video Tour


Are you interested, or do you have a family member who may be interested in hospice care?

The Salvation Army Richmond Rotary Hospice is a beautiful hospice facility in Richmond, British Columbia, is a very special place that cares for and supports loved ones and their families facing end of life.

Check out this video tour of the Hospice and appreciate this beautiful place that makes the end of life a supportive, and special time for individuals and their families.

More information about The Salvation Army’s Rotary Hospice House:

Richmond Rotary Hospice is a community which honours life, values humility and shares hope.

Fifteen years ago, individuals in the community of Richmond initiated the idea of a community-based hospice, an option to hospital and home for individuals and their families at end of life.

They created a partnership between the Rotary Club of Richmond and The Salvation Army, one based on a shared vision of the need for and value of hospice care. The Provincial Government, through Vancouver Coastal Health, supported this initiative. Rotary Hospice House is the result.

Rotary Hospice House Guiding Principles


  • accompany residents and their families through the journey of dying, death and bereavement with hope, sensitivity, and trust
  • elicit values and respect individual choices and decisions
  • believe in the privilege of sharing a most intimate and sacred time in life
  • embrace and express the concept of community and its value in hospice recognize our common humanity, our spirituality and our connection to each other
  • affirm the dignity and value of life
  • uphold the search for meaning and purpose in one’s life
  • value the whole person; body, mind and spirit
  • acknowledge the mystery of life

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