A Brief Guide to Admission. Please review our admission criteria to see if Brian’s House is right for you or your loved one. If you have any questions about this process, please call the acting manager on duty to have any and all questions answered for you. We do understand that this is a very stressful time and hope to make the transition as flawless as possible.
About the House. Brian’s House was established in 1996 to accommodate terminal patients who were in need of end-of-life care. Brian’s house is intended to be a home away from home for our guests and their loved ones. We have 6 private rooms and feature a sun room, quiet room, large kitchen and dining area. We encourage families to utilize each and every part of the house as if it were theirs. We also encourage families to cook dinners and enjoy the dining space here in order to come to together to support their loved ones process.
Care Services. Guests that stay at Brian’s House are provided 24/7 care. We work with your hospice provider to ensure that you and your family receive the best care possible.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) We know that you may have many questions about staying at Brian’s House. We have put together the most common questions we receive. If you can’t find the answer here, please feel free to call us (989.892.416) to talk with our staff or volunteers.
Local Hospice Agencies. Our staff and volunteers work closely with our guests’ choices of hospice providers. This is the list of providers that are located in Bay, Midland, and Saginaw Counties. We also will work with an accredited hospice providers in other counties.
Staff. Meet our caring and dedicated staff members.
Board of Directors. We have an 11-member board including our four officers: President, Vice President , Secretary and Treasurer.