Formerly abused individuals constitute an unrecognized and under-served population, a minority group who may have special requirements and need special understanding and compassion during their hospice care. Their abuse may have been physical, emotional, sexual, and/or neglectful. There is a dearth of literature about providing hospice care for formerly abused people. This exploratory report provides information based on interviews with professionals and formerly abused individuals. Numerous quotations are from confidential interviews with these respondents; consequently, the respondents are identified only by their roles. The questions, responses, and some tentative conclusions will be discussed as well as suggestions for future research and training.