HopeWest is expanding beyond original purpose

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HopeWest on 12th Street now serves 450 patients, 30 percent of whom are 90 or older, including 12 older than 100. The nonprofit is moving forward with plans for a $19 million project — a step toward preparing for the retirement and care of the baby boom generation.


$19M project will serve needs of active but aging population

After 25 years of serving the needs of the seriously ill and dying, HopeWest is expanding to meet the needs of those who are neither, but who are nonetheless feeling their years.

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