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Margaret is the Coordinator of Volunteer Services for CHANS Home Health Care's Hospice Care Program and is responsible for all the training and coordination of our volunteers.

Margaret holds a Master's Degree in Counseling and Human Development from the University of Iowa. Previous to joining the Hospice Care Program she worked in community mental health, as well as in higher education at the University of Iowa, University of Maine, and Bowdoin College. Margaret proudly volunteered her time as a Hospice Volunteer with the then Hospice Volunteers of Midcoast Maine before she accepted her current position. She can be contacted by phone at (207) 721-1271 or by email at mzillioux@midcoasthealth.com.



Andy is our Grief and Bereavement Services Corrdinator for the CHANS Hospice Care Program and administers all of the grief support groups and trains, supervises, and supports the Hospice Volunteer Peer Facilitators who run the grief support groups. He also serves as a resource for community members and organizations in need of information and/or educational presentations about grief and bereavement.

 Andy received his Master's degree in Social Work from the University of New England in 2010. While in graduate school interned at People Plus, in Brunswick, and at The Maine Hospice Council and Center For End of Life Care. He can be contacted by phone at (207) 721-1357 or by email at asokoloff@midcoasthealth.com.

Snow policy: If the Brunswick schools are closed, the Hospice Center is closed and all programs are cancelled
All services provided by our volunteers and coordinator, including home visits and consultations are free. We appreciate, and use, contributions and memorial donations from individuals, towns, and businesses to support the free services that we provide.