Are you or a loved one living with a serious illness? Longleaf is here to help.

Find what’s right for you

Hospice is not a one-size-fits-all program.

The goal of our services is to help patients maintain an alert, pain-free life so their final days are spent with dignity and quality, surrounded by their loved ones. Contact Longleaf to learn more about what hospice care really means, and how we might be able to help you or a loved one.

Palliative Care

Care in conjunction with primary treatments as an extra layer of support.

Palliative care focuses on the pain symptoms and stress of a serious illness most often as an adjunct to curative care modalities.

Routine Hospice Care

Provided in a residential setting to ensure comfort and security.

Receive regularly scheduled visits to address the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of your loved ones in your preferred residential setting.

Respite Care

Temporary relief for the patient’s primary caregiver.

Our respite care options allow primary caregivers to take a break, reconnect, disconnect, or just tend to their individual needs.

Crisis Hospice Care

Providing necessary comfort during a pain or symptom crisis.

We offer around-the-clock hospice care services to address the concerns of patients facing life-limiting conditions and provide support for their families.

Grief Support

Receive the support you need during the natural grieving process.

Our team consists of highly trained, kind, and professional members who deliver a care plan for alleviating the grieving process and improving quality of life.

Inpatient Hospice Care

Simple pain and symptom management for families and patients.

Our goal for inpatient hospice care is to improve our patient’s quality of life. We also include the family in our care plan so that everyone receives the support they need.

Care Questionnaire

Find out if hospice or palliative care are right for you.

Please check any answer is applicable. Then, at the end of the survey, provide your contact information and one of our certified nurses will reach out to you.

Who We Are

We are deeply rooted in the communities we serve, and to the people who live and die there.​

Longleaf Hospice is a locally-owned hospice with offices located in Atlanta and Covington, offering end-of-life care to those with life limiting illnesses in the communities we serve. We believe that this very special care is best provided by professionals who live and work in the community they serve.

The Longleaf Way

Our goal is to improve quality of life for patients and families. We seek to provide more good days for patients and peace of mind for families.

Good Communication

We will keep you informed as to when we will arrive, listen to you about any concerns you may have, and keep you informed about the patient’s condition.

Available 24/7

We understand often families become anxious providing care for a loved one. We will be available including after hours, holidays, etc., respond in a timely manner, and visit as frequently as needed to do the best job possible.

Compassionate Care

We will provide a care team that really cares about the patient, and treat the patient with dignity & respect.

Personalized Support

We know emotional & spiritual support at end of life is critical but also personal We will strive to provide the “right amount” of religious, spiritual and, emotional support for the patient, caregiver & family.

Symptom Management

We will assess for & provide medications & treatments to assure pain is controlled, assess for difficulty in breathing & provide medications & treatments to allow the patient to breathe easier, and assess for anxiety & sadness and provide medications & emotional support.

Education and Training

We will discuss the side effects of pain medication when the patient experiences pain, provide training for medication and care techniques, and provide information about what to expect when end of life is imminent.

Volunteering at Longleaf

There are many ways in which volunteers lend their time and effort to our organization.

Volunteers can choose which part of our geographical area they would like to concentrate on and are offered flexible choices in scheduling and the amount of time they wish to volunteer.

Note: Volunteers are not expected to assist with personal care (bathing, toileting, dressing, administering medications, etc.).

Areas We Serve

We are located in the Atlanta, Covington, and Roswell areas.

Our expanding service area currently includes the following Georgia counties: Barrow, Bartow, Butts, Cherokee, Clayton, Clarke, Cobb, Dawson, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, Jackson, Jasper, Morgan, Newton, Oconee, Paulding, Rockdale, Spalding and Walton.

What families are saying about Longleaf

A few words from families who have trusted Longleaf with their loved ones.