Transitions LifeCare

Transitions LifeCare


Hospice ServicesCounseling/Psychological Services

About Us

Helping families navigate the changes made necessary by a serious or terminal illness – with dignity and an unquenchable celebration of life – is what Transitions LifeCare is all about.

Our philosophy is that every individual deserves the quality of life he or she wants when facing a serious illness or near life’s end. Our mission is empowering individuals, families, and communities to embrace meaning throughout a chronic serious illness and at the end of life.

Originally founded as Hospice of Wake County in 1979 and Hospice of Harnett County in 1984, Transitions LifeCare provides a comprehensive circle of expert care and support. What’s more, Transitions LifeCare offers education as well as emotional and spiritual support for the patient’s entire family. Our services are tailored to meet the exact needs, wishes, and goals of each patient and family member.

Transitions LifeCare is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. Our reimbursement and funding are fully applied to further develop our professional staff, facilities, and other resources.


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Pictured, from left to right, front row: Lucy Combs, Jenny Johnson, Jenny Westbrook Jones, Anne Hamrick, Heidi Copeland and Fran Tyson. Back row: Chad Walker, Susan Boggs, Jessica Scott, Jami Day, and Betsy Morton. Not pictured: Sarah Johnson, Kelly Abete and Stephanie McDougald.
Special Projects Coordinator Chad Walker accepts a proclamation from Dunn Mayor Oscar Harris for National Hospice and Palliative Care month.
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