Our Partnerships Help Us Thrive

Building, sustaining, and growing a community of partner organizations is integral to the Completed Life Initiative’s mission of embracing human mortality with respect and dignity. Our grassroots moxie prospers with the help of our friends at partnering organizations. Our national advocacy and education initiative advances in pursuit of answering the question, “what does it mean to live a completed life?” Just as no person can live or die without the help and support of others within the web of human existence, so too exists our passion and commitment to connecting with and empowering other organizations to thrive. We extend an open invitation to you to join us in our mission of collaboration and become a Completed Life Partner Organization today.

Our team at Mettle Health comprises doctors, nurses, social workers and chaplains who have also been patients and caregivers. With more than 100 combined years of experience in clinical care, we understand the strengths and the limitations of the healthcare system. We can’t change your diagnosis, but we can change the way you navigate it. Our team provides focused, clinically sensitive and holistic care where and when people need it. Our services can be tailored to suit the needs of individuals, teams, or management. We help people handle issues ranging from the practical, to the emotional and the existential. We call it praxistential care.

The World Federation, founded in 1980, consists of 53 right to die organizations from 28 countries. The federation provides an international link for organizations working to secure or protect the rights of individuals to self-determination at the end of their lives

Final Exit Network exists to educate qualified individuals in practical, peaceful ways to end their lives, offer a compassionate bedside presence and defend their right to choose. They hold true that any competent person unbearably suffering an intractable medical condition has the option to die legally and peacefully.

End of Life Choices New York seeks to expand choice at the end of life, respecting every individual’s wishes, and striving for the best possible quality of life and a peaceful death. The issues that EOLCNY works on, and the activities in which we engage, are about quality of health care, health care choices, and human rights, autonomy, justice and the relief of human suffering.