Care Beyond Cure.

Snowline is a community-based nonprofit dedicated to enhancing life.
We relieve the physical, emotional and spiritual setbacks of living with a serious chronic illness. And we manage the adjustments necessary when life is limited and treatments that cure are no longer viable. Compassion and dignity ride along with every Snowline team member as they go home to home in our neighborhoods to deliver treatment and support to patients and their families. MORE

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Hospice Services

We make a difference by making the last days of life the best they can be, through individualized plans and a team-based approach.

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Why Choose Snowline

At Snowline Hospice, we’ll work with you to make the referral process as easy as possible, whether you are a patient, medical professional, friend or family.

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Volunteer

Want to help? We greatly depend on the work of volunteers. There are many ways you can lend your unique talents to keep our organization running.

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Snowline Thrift Stores Announce Arden Grand Opening

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Snowline Thrift Stores is excited to announce the grand opening of a new store at 3133 Arden Way. The new thrift store is an exciting addition to the Arden neighborhood of Sacramento. The store will hold a Grand Opening Ceremony on Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 11:00am...  Read More

Healing All Together

Children, Teens, and Families Bereavement Program
Healing All Together is Snowline’s Children, Teens, and Families Bereavement Program. We are getting ready to start group for the 2017/2018 school year, so we wanted to share a little information on our innovative model...  Read More

That Conversation

Advance Care Planning
When we think advance care planning, we tend to think Doctor Offices, Lawyers, lots of medical jargon, and it is intimidating. Snowline wants to let you know that planning for advanced chronic illness does not need to be something terrifying...  Read More