A Place of Compassion and Peace
Our goal at Journey Home is to embrace loved ones on their final journey by offering them physical, emotional and spiritual care. This care is given by a dedicated team of volunteers, nurses and an all-volunteer board. Since 1999 we have had the honor and privilege of serving over 500 residents. Nestled on the corner of Vintage and Long Pond Road in Greece, our residents and their families can enjoy a lovely treed lot alongside a flowing stream, providing a peaceful, tranquil setting. There is no charge to come to Journey Home. We survive solely on donations, memorials, and fundraisers, such as $9.94. We are grateful for your support.
The Journey Home Family
Our goal is to provide guidance, support and comfort to individuals and their families as they journey through the dying process.
Journey Home is a privately, incorporated 501-c3 home, offering care to two persons at one time, within a home setting. Residents at Journey Home are referred to us by one of two Certified Hospice agencies: UR medicine Hospice or Lifetime Care Hospice.
Each prospective resident must have a terminal illness with a prognosis of three months or less. They are then interviewed by our nursing staff to make sure that Journey Home is a good match for their needs and for ours.
We do not discriminate against age, race, religion or gender. We do accept all illnesses including HIV+/AIDS. Read More…
Who Performs the Care at JH?
Trained volunteers are the heart of Journey Home. They are guided by our Nursing Staff, the residents Hospice agency team and their own Physician. Journey Home is fortunate to have Joseph Finetti, MD as a medical consultant to the nurses.
How Can the Care Be Free of Charge?
In the Homes for the Dying there is no charge because the majority of the care is provided by volunteers. We do not receive any third party insurance. This is possible because of the generosity of donations from the community, memorials and our fundraisers.