Hospice SENB is a registered charity established in 2004 to promote awareness about life-limiting illnesses and end-of-life issues.
Our residential hospice Maison Albert House – a first for the region – is now open and located on land donated by the Hum-Lew-Sun Lions Club, 156 Pleasant St. Moncton, NB.
We offer the following free and confidential programs to residents of Albert, Kent and Westmorland Counties.
Hospice Care at Maison Albert House, 156 Pleasant St. Moncton
In-home Hospice Care
Caregiver Support Groups
Grief & Bereavement Support Groups
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Maison Albert House
Our new facility features 10 resident rooms, four family rooms, indoor and outdoor public areas, a commercial kitchen, non-denominational meditation room, medical staff areas, and free parking.
Services are free of charge to clients and their loved ones and pets are allowed.
Maison Albert House welcomed its first resident on July 29, 2021.
This facility will serve up to 150 residents per year and will also be the first in Atlantic Canada to offer a pediatric room.
Giving with Compassion
Hospice Southeast New Brunswick (SENB) continues it’s public campaign to raise funds for Maison Albert House which serves Albert, Kent and Westmorland counties. This appeal follows a successful corporate fundraising campaign that saw donations come in from a variety of sectors, says campaign co-chair, Dennis Cochrane.
“We have been fortunate to receive generous donations from all levels of government, private corporations and foundations,” he states. “Now we’re turning to the general public, who will all be able to use this facility free of charge, to help us establish and sustain this important service to our region.”
“Embrace the path your loved one’s story has taken and be part of the culture shift that acknowledges dying as part of living.”
– Carrie Chavez Hansen