End of Life Choices California
supports you and your family when
what really matters is having the power
to choose your own best outcome.
Californians have improved end-of-life choices since 2015
The End of Life Option Act is a California law that permits terminally ill adult patients with capacity to make medical decisions to be prescribed an aid-in-dying medication if certain conditions are met. Signed into law by Governor Brown in October 2015, the law went into effect on June 9, 2016. California was the fifth state to enact an aid-in-dying law. ABOUT THE LAW
News & Updates
I have never died, so this entire book is a fool’s advice. Book Review On the first page of her new book, Sallie Tisdale writes: “I have never died, so this entire book is a fool’s advice.” But with her knowledge, experience and kind Buddhist heart she explores many...
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This KQED (San Francisco) story by April Dembosky offers a wealth of accurate information for anyone thinking about using the California End of Life Option Act (EOLOA) to access MedicalA id In Dying (MAID). The story is a concise discussion for those terminally-ill...
Client Advocate Volunteer Program
End of Life Choices California has developed Client Advocate Volunteers to serve as advocates for Californians who are seriously or terminally ill. These volunteers provide general and specific information along with personal support to people who are facing end of life planning and decision making.
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We would love to come to your organization and speak to your group:
- Senior care and retirement centers
- Colleges and universities
- Non-profits and service organizations
- Volunteer groups
- Houses of Worship and more
We Can't Do This Without You.
Your early contribution will immediately enable EOLCCA to widely publicize our services. We can then provide timely support to individuals from all walks of life who currently face a chronic or terminal diagnosis and seek to understand what end of life options are available to them.