Trellis Supportive Care is the very first hospice in the state of North Carolina. Since 1979, hospice care has been the cornerstone of our care; but over the years, we have introduced new and expanded programs. These programs include grief counseling and advance care planning — both free of charge — for anyone in the community, as well as expanded palliative care services designed to meet the needs of patients earlier in the disease process. We reached an important milestone in 1998 when we opened our Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home so that we could provide around-the-clock care to our patients and families who need short-term inpatient care or respite care.
Our staff is made up of specially trained professionals who work as a team to help patients and their families live fully and comfortably, with hope — even during life’s most challenging time.