Peninsula Home Hospice is your community-based palliative care service.

Our aim is to provide specialist palliative care in the home that optimises quality of life and honours the hope for comfort, choice, dignity and peace.

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Our Community

The importance of the support we receive from the community is difficult to measure - it is truly invaluable. Be it our client care volunteers, our fundraising and admin volunteers, our donors and partners, our Board, other community-based organisations - they all work together in a myriad of ways to ensure PHH can provide the best in palliative support to those who need it. Our community represents everything we are and want to be.

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Peninsula Home Hospice (PHH)

There are many in our community who are living every day with a life threatening illness and who need support to be able to live their lives as normally as they can.

Dying, as with living, should include choices such as being supported to stay in one's own home surrounded by family and friends, but many of us don't have a big enough family or sufficient friends to give us the care we need. PHH's palliative care is there to help.

Our service is provided to all residents within the Mornington Peninsula Shire, City of Frankston and parts of the City of Kingston (south of Mordialloc Creek). Services are provided free of charge. PHH is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (excluding public holidays). After hours services are available to clients who are currently on our program.

PHH acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional owners of this land, the Boon Wurrung / Bunurong people of the Kulin Nation.  We pay respect to these people and bestow the same courtesy to all other First Peoples, past, present and emerging.  We are committed to engaging with indigenous Australians though our services.    

“You matter because you are you, and you matter to the end of your life”

– Dame Cecily Saunders –

Founder of the hospice movement