The Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society (PGHPCS) is offering new  Rec Room Programs, furthering its commitment to expanding hospice services for the community. This new addition aligns with the strategic goal of creating a space for individuals with life-limiting illnesses, their caregivers, and those grieving. The Rec Room is dedicated to promoting healing and wellness through meaningful connections and tangible support.

 Programs Offered:

 Woodworking Though It: Participants share experiences while creating and building wood projects.

 Art Hive: A space for people to come together through art and creativity.

 The Mourning Journal: A reflective writing space promoting self-healing.

 Self-Defense: A program for parents and children to learn communication and self-expression through empowerment.

 Soundsation: A 6week program using sound and music to foster a sense of wellness and healing.

Drop-In games day – come on in and hang out. We will have games and coffee etc. available.

All programs are supported by community members who generously contribute their talents and creativity. Alongside hospice staff, they create a safe space for communal healing.

The Rec Room will serve as a dynamic space for local organizations, fostering engagement and socialization through activities such as art and craft workshops, pottery, puzzles, painting, and leatherworking. PGHPCS aims to make the Rec Room accessible to all who seek a safe place to heal.

“We are thrilled to share the new Rec Room Programs, demonstrating our commitment to providing comprehensive and innovative support to our community,” said Donna Flood, Executive Director of PGHPCS. “We extend our deepest gratitude to the community for their unwavering support and contributions, both financial and in kind, which have made this expansion possible.”

PGHPCS is dedicated to becoming a Centre of Excellence for the North, sharing our expertise and programs with hospices throughout the region. The creation of the Rec Room marks a significant milestone in achieving this vision.

For more information or to inquire about participating in our instrumental grief programs, please contact Denise Torgerson at 250-563-2551 or Further details about the Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society can be found on