Residential housing for low-income people receiving hospice care.

Residential housing for low-income individuals on hospice

Sarah House Santa Barbara is a beautiful eight-bedroom home for low-income men and women receiving hospice care. We provide a home and loving care to those facing end-of-life. We also provide care to those living with HIV/AIDS, whether they are at the end of their lives or they simply need a home for regaining health.

Our mission is to provide care to those in need regardless of their ability to pay. We offer 24-hour care personally tailored to individual needs. Our services include private bedrooms in a shared living environment; nutritious, home-cooked meals; and assistance in an atmosphere of unconditional kindness and comfort. Additionally, Sarah House Staff offers loving support to family and friends of residents.

Partnering with local hospice providers, we integrate high-quality medical care into our warm home setting. We attempt to satisfy each individual’s physical, spiritual, and emotional needs to the best of our ability. Residents, as well as family members, may have confidence that their stay at Sarah House will be marked by genuine compassion and faithful services.

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By Sarah House on May 07, 2016 at 07:24 PM in Resident Stories

Alison moved into Sarah House looking for safety. A transsexual person, HIV+, she had struggled for years to come to terms with her complicated biology.



By Sarah House on May 06, 2016 at 07:25 PM in Resident Stories

In 1997, Brad’s family moved him to Sarah House in order that we might care for him in the last months before his death. Thankfully, that was not to be.



By Sarah House on May 06, 2016 at 07:24 PM in Resident Stories

For eight years, Chuck was an estate manager for a large piece of property on Montecito. When he became too weak to carry on, he moved into Sarah House for hospice care.



I bathe myself in the love of Sarah House every moment of everyday. The place that houses the people, the people who house the place. From resistance came acquiescence then acceptance and then complete surrender to unconditional love, seamless transitions to the depths of my true being, my true reason for being. Where I am going has given way to why I am here and why I am here is to be a conduit and regenerator of unconditional love.