Indiana Hospice House profiled

The Abbie Hunt Bryce Home, a hospice house that offers free care for homeless and low-income hospice patients, along with several of its recent residents, gets profiled in a series of articles in the Indianapolis Star newspaper this month, highlighting their hard lives and the opportunities for healing that are offered in a Hospice House.

Opened in 2004 with 10 beds for hospices patients and two additional rooms for patients recovering from medical procedures who have no other safe place to go outside of the hospital, it is operated by Morning Light, Inc.. Morning Light fosters fosters nonprofit community services and programs in central Indiana for the terminally ill, seniors, and families of limited means in need of health, wellness or end of life care, including at the 35-unit Pennwood Place Apartments.

The Abbie Hunt Bryce Home includes private single rooms, kitchen facilities, living and family rooms, trained staff and volunteers, with medical care provided by community hospice teams.