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Embrace Hospice to Relocate and Embrace Carrollton

Photo provided by Molly Strickland with Commercial Realty Services of West Georgia

Recently a lease was signed for a new office at 497 Rome Street in Carrollton. Soon, Embrace Hospice, originally based in Villa Rica, will move its residential care home to Carrollton. The building they will call home previously held the State of Georgia probation office and is located in the same plaza as Shuckers’ Oyster Bar, Sutton’s American Grill, and LifeGate Church of Carrollton. 

Embrace Hospice consultant Jennifer Nasser spoke with us earlier this week, “The move to Carrollton is exciting and hopeful for the entire staff. We are excited in the sense that we are able to be closer to many of our loving senior communities and nursing facilities that we serve in Carrollton and the surrounding areas, but we are also hopeful for the amount of outreach and awareness that we will be providing the Carrollton community.” 

Everyone who has been through the experience of placing a loved one in a hospice environment knows it can be both emotionally and mentally tiring. However, Embrace Hospice takes a holistic approach, which elevates quality of life emotionally, physically, and spiritually. 

Jennifer concludes, “Embrace is staffed with a team of compassionate employees who believe that hospice is not about passing, but about the quality of life left to live. Our goal is not only to offer exceptional services at home and in nursing facilities, but also to educate, support, and share resources to the entire community about hospice and life- threatening illnesses. We are thrilled to be a part of this community that we know and love. We cannot wait to Embrace you.”  

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