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Benefis Peace Hospice of Montana

The Inpatient/Residential Hospice program at Benefis Peace Hospice of Montana in Great Falls provides a homelike environment for patients who are experiencing a terminal illness in need of 24-hour care. The 20-bed facility is the largest hospice in Montana and the only inpatient hospice in the state. Peace Hospice features all-private rooms, equipped with the comforts of home.

The staff are experts in terminal care, addressing physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual issues that surround the dying process for the patient and the family. Our care is compassionate, supportive and focused on comfort and quality of life as patients near the end of life's journey.

This Hospice home, made possible by a $7.1 million anonymous donation, provides a much needed option for people who face terminal illness. Patients can choose to live in this home surrounded by people who love them and are expertly trained in caring for their needs.

We all want the best for those we care about. When facing the end of life, Hospice helps people fill their day with comfort, compassion and dignity at a time when that's what matters most.

That's what Peace Hospice is all about.

Who Provides Care

Hospice care is provided by a physician, nurse, social work counselor, chaplain, respite worker, dietitian and home-health aides. Others involved in care delivery include our medical director, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, pharmacist, medical equipment specialist, specially trained volunteers, patient and family.

Care Providers

Hospice care providers understand your needs, plans a program of care and services, works with your physician and other agencies to coordinate care and services, offers counseling to family and significant others regarding the illness experience, coordinates medical, nursing, social, emotional and spiritual care and matches you with Hospice volunteers for home care support.

Where is Care Provided?

Hospice care is provided in one's home, at a skilled nursing facility or in the hospital for short stays.

Who is Eligible?

Any patient who is experiencing terminal illness and understands that Hospice emphasizes care and comfort, and who has a plan for caregiving services.

Availability and Payment

The hospice team is available to our patients and families 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We serve a five-county area comprised of these counties:

  • Cascade
  • Chouteau
  • Pondera
  • Teton
  • Toole

We also have three office locations outside Great Falls:

Peace Hospice of Montana of Fort Benton
Chouteau County Court House Annex
1308 Franklin PO Box 804
Fort Benton, MT 59442
Phone: (406) 622-5500
Fax: (406) 622-5500

Peace Hospice of Pondera County
300 North Virginia Suite 309
Conrad, MT 59425
Phone: (406) 278-7345
Fax: (406) 271-3016

Peace Hospice of Teton County
522 Main Avenue North, Apt. 3
Choteau, Montana 59422
Phone: (406) 466-3575
Fax: (406) 466-3576

Please direct referrals and questions to the central office in Great Falls:

Benefis Peace Hospice of Montana
Mail: 1101 26th Street South
Walk-in: 2600 15th Avenue South
Great Falls, MT 59405
Phone: (406) 455-3040
Fax: (406) 455-3070

Please send contributions to:

Benefis Foundation
1101 26th Street South
P.O. Box 7008
Great Falls, MT 59406-7008

Accreditation

  • Licensed by the State of Montana
  • Certified for care by Medicare and Medicaid
  • Member of National Hospice Organization
  • Accredited by The Joint Commission

Referrals are accepted regardless of age, sex, race, religion, handicap, color, or national origin.