The Veterans Administration and Acacia Hospice are committed to assuring that all veterans receive comprehensive hospice and palliative care services whereever they reside.

Hospice and palliative care is a covered benefit for all enrolled Veterans. Our mission is to provide comfort and support to veterans and their families at the end of life.

America’s Veterans have done everything asked of them in service to our country, and it is our honor to care for these men and women with the dignity they deserve.

Acacia Hospice offers the following services for our veterans.

  • Escort veterans on annual Honor Flight trip to Washington, D.C. to see their memorials
  • Arrange for proclamations for veterans from the Congress of the United States thanking them for their service
  • Host annual We Honor Veterans Car Show with proceeds to used to provide for needs of veterans
  • Flag draping and final escort of veteran to funeral home

Governor Phil Murphy with Stevie Stevenson (Acacia Hospice), and Brig. General Lisa J. Hou, D.O.

Burlington Count Commissioner Tom Pullion with Stevie Stevenson (Acacia Hospice), and members of the Burlington County Military Affairs Committee.

Steve Stevenson and Mary Jane Campor – President, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 79, Burlington

Betty Ann CamporĀ  (Unit 79), Steve Stevenson (Acacia Hospice and Homecare), Mary Jane Campor (President – Unit 79) & Rosalie Campor (Unit 79) giving Steve gift cards to all Veterans at Acacia Hospice & MVB Community