Fostering hope and dignity through exemplary care, advocacy, education and research for individuals living with the challenges of life-limiting illness and loss.
The Dorothy Ley Hospice is a volunteer-based community service organization offering compassionate care to people living with the challenges of life-limiting illness and loss. Our goal is to provide comfort and help them manage so they can live every day to the fullest with dignity, meaning and hope. All of our services are offered at no cost to the individual thanks to the generosity of our donors, government funding (Mississauga Halton Local Health Integrated Network and the Mississauga Halton Community Care Access Centre) and the support of our community partners.
Our programs and services meet a variety of support needs for individuals, families and care providers. Any individual 16-years or older, facing the challenges of a life-limiting illness, can access hospice support. We also provide support services for their family members.
The Dorothy Ley Hospice has two key programs -- a community program and a residential program. Services offered through our community program are available from the time the life-limiting illness is diagnosed. The residential program is available to people who have three months or less to live.
For specific information about our services, please feel free to contact us directly. We will be happy to provide an assessment of your needs and, if we are unable to help you, we can put you in touch with the most appropriate service provider.