The Impact of Our Qualifying Charitable Organization in Arizona
In FY 21, 298 children and families were enrolled in our respite program. Ryan House provided 24,816 hours of respite care to 90 children with life-limiting conditions and supported 45 children and their families at end-of-life.
Approximately 91% of the children qualifying for services at Ryan House reside in Maricopa County.
100% of families would recommend Ryan House to their families and friends. 100% of families are able to participate in activities that are meaningful to them. 100% of caregivers experience less stress and anxiety. 100% of families feel connected to a community of support.
We are 100% funded by donations. As a registered 501(c)(3) and Arizona qualifying charitable organization, any donation made, including your Arizona charitable tax credit, are tax-deductible. Allocating your donation to Ryan House serves as a lifeline to our families.
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Figures are based on our FY21 audited financials.
Our Charity Ratings
November 28, 2022.
The care they provided for my friend was outstanding. They were with use as much as we wanted or as little as we wanted. They allowed multiple family and friends at the bedside. The doctor provided good explanations and the nurses were exceptional. So grateful to have had her there.
September 24, 2022.
This is a wonderful team of health professionals and beautiful facility. They took outstanding care of our Father for 4 days at the end of his life. I would highly recommend Hospice of the Valley Ryan House. Dr Gilbertson, Sara, Kim and Elizabeth are all outstanding. I’m sorry I can’t remember all of your names, but you all did a great job. It was a blessing to have them on our Dad’s medical team. Thank you so much and God bless.
July 23, 2022.
Thank you so much. And God bless you all.
June 20, 2022.
I like their place it has games, TV, rooms and cafe really like this place.👍
June 16, 2022.
Staff member Evelyn helped connect me with the only person who could tell me about my birth mom . My birth mom passed away here at this hospice in 2020 and I had never met her ! I am so grateful to hear the staff here took great care of her . 🙏❤️ Evelyn thank you so so much for making finding out about my birth mom a little lighter . I am so thankful for you!
May 25, 2022.
I will never forget how great they were with our mom. One nurse in particular went way above and beyond her job to make sure she stayed as comfortable as she could. I would strongly suggest you take your loved one here. They provide a service that no other facility could provide.
May 11, 2022.
Our grandson stayed at ryan house for a few days prior to his passing. We so much appreciated this facility and the care the workers brought to him and to all of our family. We are so grateful that such a place exists.
March 11, 2022.
I'm writing to review the 6-day stay and experience that I recently had at Ryan House while my grandmother passed the last days of her life. Even though I am a Valley resident, this facility in downtown Phoenix was pretty far from my home, so I elected to stay in the room with my grandmother including sleeping there several nights. Having had this kind of 'up close and personal' view of several days, several shifts, and several crews, I can say without any hesitation that TO A PERSON the staff at this facility is absolutely flawless. The degree of professionalism, skill, and compassion I experienced was without compare. My grandmother and I were both treated with care, respect, and dignity. I was grateful and deeply moved to witness my grandmother, who was not really conscious for any part of her stay, being treated as a PERSON and not just as a patient. Even though she couldn't communicate, the staff went out of their way to really pay attention to her, using their skill and expertise to anticipate needs, interpret non-verbal cues, and facilitate the least amount of suffering possible as my grandmother made her transition from earthly life. The doctor and staff listened to me and allowed me to continue to be an advocate for my grandmother until the very end. They really cared about what my grandmother's preferences would have been even though she couldn't express them herself. I truly felt like they cared about creating the best environment and conditions possible for this process. Although I was present with my grandmother as much as possible, when I did choose to leave in order to attend to personal needs it was with absolutely zero apprehension or anxiety for her treatment or welfare. I had every confidence that my grandmother would be as well taken care of in my absence as if I was there, based not only on my direct experience but also from watching the conduct of the staff toward other patients who did not have friends or family present. As far as the facility itself is concerned, it was immaculately clean and as comfortable as a place like this can be. There is a large patio for the use of patients (if able) and family members that is furnished and lovely. There is also a large seating area. My grandmother's room had both a recliner and a side bed which were comfortable to sleep on and I was provided with a pillow and blanket. There was also a refrigerator in the room and I had access to a microwave and filtered water. There are several great restaurants in walking distance to the facility. Even though it is Central Phoenix, I felt perfectly safe to walk during the day and mostly safe walking in the early evening. I utilized the gated access parking garage to park my car and this also felt safe and secure. I am more grateful than I can express to the men and women who cared for my grandmother and I at Ryan House. I will also mention here that my overall experience with Hospice of the Valley from beginning to end was absolutely exemplary in professionalism, compassion, and competence. I would never use another hospice organization in the area besides Hospice of the Valley.
November 14, 2021.
I’ve been a volunteer for almost 7 years this place is amazing. Sorry the person below me had a bad experience.