Harmony House of Western Massachusetts
Interested in helping the Harmony House?
We need you!
Please join us at our Volunteer Recruitment Event
Learn more about it by watching this video from Mass Appeal.
66 View Street, Chicopee MA
June 7, 2022, 4 to 6pm
We’re offering tours of our home, will answer your questions and can assist you with completing a volunteer application.
Providing a Loving Home for Individuals with Terminal Illness
Congratulations to our founder - Ruth Willemain - awarded 2019 Andrus Award from AARP Massachusetts
Thank you to Annual Catholic Appeal and all their supporters for choosing us as a recipient of their grant funds. We could not do our job without you. THANK YOU!
Our mission at Harmony House is to provide compassionate care for terminally ill individuals within a comfortable, loving, home-like environment.
Harmony House is a social model home for those who are facing the end of their lives alone, without adequate caregiver support. We are dedicated to maintaining the honor and dignity of each resident during the final stages of life.
All care and activities are supervised by trained staff, in coordination with the resident's own hospice team. Our compassionate team of volunteers provide 24-hour assistance with all aspects of resident care, including companionship, personal care, socialization, and meals.
If you have any questions, would like additional information about the services that we provide, or would like to tour our facility, please call us at 413-315-9784. Volunteers are also encouraged to contact us.
Harmony House is a registered 501(c)(3) corporation, and is funded entirely through the generosity of individuals, corporations, and foundations. Private financial support is essential to sustaining the mission of Harmony House, and your help is greatly appreciated.
The trillium flower is the logo of Harmony House, and is featured throughout our website. The three purple petals embody the three major areas of support that
we provide - Physical, Emotional and Spiritual. The three green sepals represent the three groups of caring individuals that deliver that support - Hospice Teams, Staff, and our amazing Volunteers.