Southern California’s largest natural freshwater lake provides a beautiful backdrop to the Hospice of the Valleys campus. Just a short drive down I-15, the bustling bedroom communities of Lake Elsinore and Canyon Lake are a primary stop for Hospice of the Valleys caregivers. We strive to provide the top level of in-home services to all of our patients, and both Lake Elsinore and Canyon Lake’s nearby location gives us the tools to provide top-quality service to the community residents.
We can be in-home with a resident within minutes, to provide your loved ones with the utmost comfort and care.
While Hospice of the Valleys service large cities, we also are committed to the smaller surrounding ones. We are proud to service both Sun City and Quail Valley with our best in-home hospice care.
Hospice of the Valleys caregivers can be at your loved one's home for as long as they are needed. Dedicated to providing comfortable care in a familiar environment.
As a central location between our northern neighbors and the main hospice venue in Murrieta, we’re honored to support the Menifee and Wildomar communities with our hospice services.
Our hospice staff is constantly on the commute to our outlying communities, and the central locations of Wildomar and Menifee allow us to provide exceptional care on a moment’s notice.
"Hospice of the Valleys, Dr. Cochrane and Wildomar Sr Living provided me and my dad with help and hope through a most difficult time, we would not have made it without all the loving staff that helped with his care."
"There aren't enough words to describe the love and compassion everyone at Hospice of the Valleys has for their clients. They bring so much comfort to their clients and their families. We are blessed to have this amazing non-profit organization in the Temecula Valley."
"Saying thank you is inadequate. There are no words to express the love and caring your staff gave to me and my mom. Your staff eased our path, and gave me the strength to continue to care for my Mom, on days I thought I couldn't go on. You eased her pain, and gave us both peace.
God bless you all."