Senior Social Every Tuesday

Please consider joining us the first Tuesday of the month for our free Senior Lunch.

Enjoy a healthy meal, the companionship of neighbors and a short interesting program on topics that are chosen to benefit the seniors in our Goshen community.  Lunch begins at Noon and is followed by the Senior Social.


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Bailey , our visiting therapy dog!

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The Goshen / Cornwall senior bus will be available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for all medical appointments. Tuesday for shopping in the Greater Canaan area and Thursday for shopping in Torrington.
Through the generosity of Northwest Connecticut Transit they will be scheduling rides. Service is from 9AM to 3PM and is wheelchair accessible. When available resident will call Northwest Connecticut Transit at least 24 hours in advance to reserve your ride 860-489-2535.

2020 Holiday Ornaments are available!

Goshen Community Care & Hospice

2020 Pewter Ornament

This year’s pewter ornament, crafted by Woodbury Pewter, reflects our Town’s fortitude during the Pandemic, and heartfelt thanks to all those who take great risks to help us get through these difficult and uncertain times.  Many thanks to Cynthia Baldwin of Goshen who graciously agreed to design this year’s simple, but meaningful ornament. 

The cost of the ornament is $15.00 and, as always, 100% of the profits from the sale of the ornaments will help support the services that we provide to our Community.

Holiday Ornament 2020

We sincerely thank the following businesses and organizations for permitting us to display and sell this year’s ornaments:

  • Goshen Wine & Spirits
  • Torrington Savings Bank (Goshen)
  • Union Savings Bank (Goshen)
  • The Mary Stuart House
  • Goshen Town Hall

Ornaments can also be ordered from the GCC&H Office (860-491-4673) and can be delivered to any location in Goshen.

“Thank you” Goshen Wine & Spirits

Goshen Community Care & Hospice would like to send out a big thank you to Goshen Wine & Spirits located on Route 4 in Goshen. 

During this time of coronavirus pandemic, they took the time to collect donations for our organization.  With all the change, regulations and work they had to deal with just to run their own business, they still took the time to help others.  This small business is what makes our community great! 

Thank you Greg Brick, Goshen Wine and Spirits and all the customers who donated!  We are so grateful to have your support!!

Goshen Fair – 2019

Thank you everyone who helped make the Goshen Fair such a successful fund raiser for our organization this year! From our wonderful Fair committee for GCC&H, to the board members and especially all the volunteers who gave of their time on a holiday weekend to sell water and ornaments. We are grateful to all of you!

We would like to acknowledge the Goshen Agricultural Fair committee for all their hard work, the amazing help from the Goshen Volunteer Fire Dept members for helping unload water for our fundraiser and Tom and Barbara Breor for all they do for our organization.

We take none of your time and energy for granted and know that we would not be successful without all of you! Thank you!

Holiday Ornaments – 2018

We at Goshen Community Care & Hospice are excited and looking forward to the unveiling of our new design for our holiday ornament for 2018. This will be a keepsake that will be treasured and used all year long. It will be great as a gift or a memory of time spent in our beautiful town. We look forward to hearing and seeing your reaction. See you at the great Goshen Fair on Labor Day weekend! Stop by our booths for water and a lovely holiday keepsake!

Goshen Community Care and Hospice is proud to offer this year’s ornament highlighting the Incorporation of Goshen, CT in the year of 1739, and our Town’s logo, “Land of Milk and Honey”. The ornament has been crafted out of pewter at Woodbury Pewter, in Woodbury, CT, and features the artistic work of Candace Breakell Fujii.

Candace grew up in Goshen, and was chosen to design a mural for the Goshen Fairgrounds, commemorating its 100th Year Anniversary. The mural, which took Candace five months to complete, was composed of eight large panels, depicting the various animals at the Goshen Fair. The mural remains on display in one of the exhibit buildings on the Fairgrounds.

Candace attended Southern Connecticut State University, where she studied Information and Library Science. During that time, she took a month-long hiatus to study Art History and Drawing in Paris. In 2013, Candace moved to Korea for a year, where she taught school children English and Art. Candace later returned to Paris, where she met her future husband, Taiki. They were married in 2015, and now reside with their daughter in Kawagoe, Japan.

Candace, today, is a gifted Freelance Illustrator who specializes in detailed, traditional illustrations of animals and fantasy line art using pen and ink, and other traditional materials. Her artwork is unique and lovely, and can be viewed at

We sincerely hope that you enjoy our ornament, and very much appreciate your support of Goshen Community Care and Hospice. (860-491-HOPE)