Individual memberships are $10 per year; Family memberships are $15 per year; Individual lifetime memberships are $100; and Family lifetime memberships are $150. As a member you will have voting privileges at the Annual General Meeting. Click here to become a member or for more information.
A donation may be made at our Program Support Office, through the mail, or through our website. Click on "Help by Donation" to the right or visit our Legacy of Care page for more information.
No. COHA respects the individual's personal choices and beliefs. Spiritual needs are left to the individual's spiritual advisor who will be only be contacted if the patient or family requests that they be called.
The Central Okanagan Hospice Palliative Care Program is a service of Interior Health and admission to the program is initiated by the patient's doctor. The Interior Health PCRN (intake) team reviews the Doctor's request based on key admission criteria. The admitted patient may receive care by Interior Health at either a long term care facility, Kelowna General Hospital, Central Okanagan Hospice House (an Interior Health facility), or the patient may live at home. COHA is a partner in the provision of services through volunteers. Our volunteers are a key component of the Hospice Palliative Care Program providing clients and their families with support wherever they are located. COHA also provides volunteer Vigil services as well as bereavement support through group programs, trained volunteers and professional counsellors.