Hospice and Palliative Care of Martha’s Vineyard has received Medicare certification, and is also expanding its bereavement counseling services to include children who have lost loved ones
More than 40 years after Hospice and Palliative Care of Martha's Vineyard began providing end-of-life services at no charge, the nonprofit is preparing to serve more Islanders by accepting Medicare.
Hospice and Palliative Care of Martha’s Vineyard will offer a specialized grief workshop for seven weeks beginning Sunday, Jan. 16.


Executive director Thomas Hallahan announced this week that he will step down in early May for the job of associate provost at the new American University of Iraq Baghdad.


Over nearly four decades of providing end-of-life support and grief counseling to Island families, Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard has proudly operated outside the Medicare system.
The Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation has awarded $80,500 in grants and donations to 10 nonprofits on Martha's Vineyard and in Falmouth.