“Our lives are enriched beyond measure when we accept the eventuality of our own deaths and are free to live fully—and thankfully—each moment.”
At Isaiah House, we affirm the value of life at every stage by providing compassionate care for the dying. While neither hastening or preventing death, we help our residents live their last days in comfort and love.
Since 1987, we have operated a two bedroom home given to us by one of our donors, and we have been serving the city of Rochester ever since. The energy and passion of our founder, director, and volunteers provide much needed comfort to our residents and their families. The Rochester medical community of nurses, social workers, and physicians call on us often to serve those with the fewest options and greatest need. There is no cost to stay at Isaiah House and no expectation. We meet those in need of our care and walk side by side with them through each moment, hour, and day, making today the best day it can be. Families are invited to share in their loved ones care or leave the caring to our compassionate volunteers. This enables the caregiver to focus on the loving and comforting moments without the stress or worry of what needs to be done.
We rely heavily on volunteers and donations in order to remain running. If you feel the need to give back to your community, you have a passion for connecting with people, and want to make a difference in someones life we invite you to contact us.