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Covenant HomeCare and Hospice provides a variety of medical services for homebound individuals. Covenant HomeCare also provides supportive care for those who are grieving, looking to volunteer or are affected by HIV.


Our mission is to help people live with comfort, dignity and independence.  We offer a complete range of services for transitional or continued care, including:

  • skilled nursing
  • certified nursing assistants
  • physical therapy
  • speech therapy
  • occupational therapy
  • medical social services 

We also have specialized services and clinicians for:

  • congestive heart failure
  • COPD
  • diabetes
  • infusion therapy
  • joint replacement
  • stroke rehabilitation
  • wound care


Covenant Hospice uses an interdisciplinary team of health care professionals and volunteers to address physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Hospice recognizes the patient and family as the unit of care. The hospice team works with he patient/family to establish and coordinate an individualized plan of care. 

Our hospice team includes:

  • Primary Physician
  • Hospice Medical Director
  • Registered Nurses
  • Certified Nursing Assistants
  • Social Workers
  • Chaplains
  • Specially Trained Volunteers
  • Pharmacists

Hope Center

We offer a wide variety of free services to the HIV community, including: 

  • Consultation and referral to healthcare providers to assist newly diagnosed or returning patients in locating medical and social services
  • Coordination with community organizations
  • Educational workshops for the HIV-positive community, supportive service providers, and medical personnel
  • Assistance with enrolling in or making changes to insurance, including Medicare, TennCare, and private or other insurance options
  • Counseling and disease education
  • Emergency support services for those who qualify

Katerpillar Kids Camp

Katerpillar Kids Camp is a special grief camp for children grades 1-12 who are grieving the loss through death of a loved one. Many campers come to camp because they lost a parent, however, campers that have lost any member of their family or a friend would be appropriate to participate.

Grief Support

Volunteer Opportunities

DAISY Award – Thank a Nurse