Pictured Here – Left: Interim Executive Director Pam Reid, Center Left: Director of Operations Tammy Kinnett, Center Right: Special Needs Therapist Jacque, Right: Executive Director Paul Leslie
Providing free hospice care to local patients and their families is a truly under-served need in our community. In addition, your HOPE House provides therapies and support for children with disabilities and their parents. Your peaceful environment, nature trails, modern medical approach, and focus on service of the entire family is obvious. Everyone deserves dignity and care, and Clothes Less Traveled is honored to support your mission.
In 1983, the dream of building a caring hospice ministry began to unfold as a small staff and loving volunteers began providing hospice home care from a Sunday School classroom at Southwest Christian Church in East Point, Georgia. The current hospice facility was built in 1987 – the first inpatient hospice in the state of Georgia – and is located on fourteen beautifully landscaped acres in Union City. Southwest Christian Care currently operates as a 501c3 non-profit organization under the direction of a Board of Directors.