Ketamine at Home for
Hospice & Palliative Care

Existing client?

Embrace this Moment

We know this is a challenging time.At Sunset we provide ketamine therapy to residents of the Phoenix Metro Area on Hospice and Palliative Care in their own homes.


Ketamine is a medication that has been shown to treat anxiety, depression, pain, as well as help confront existential crises.
It is safe, fast-acting, and highly effective.


Ketamine is the most commonly used anesthetic worldwide.It was approved for use by the FDA in 1970 and has been on the WHO’s essential medications list since 1985. More recently ketamine has been used for its many psychological benefits.


A specialized Nurse will come to your home to provide you with a ketamine experience over a 3 hour session.


Our providers work with your medical team to determine your eligibility for ketamine at home.


Fees for new and existing clients


Sunset is a collaboration between Daytryp Health and Navi Nurses. Two local businesses dedicated to the health and wellness of their community.


Ketamine at Home for
Hospice & Palliative Care

Ketamine's effects

Ketamine can provide an exploration of the self while treating a variety of psychological conditions and enhancing palliative care.Numerous studies have shown that ketamine safely and effectively treats anxiety, depression, and pain.A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that ketamine is likely the most effective medication for depression currently available.

Ketamine has also been found to help many people confront the existential crises faced at the end of life.Near the end of life, there is little time to spare. Ketamine works within minutes to hours, not weeks to months like many antidepressants and other medications.There might not be time left for another trip abroad, but there may be time to take a journey into the mind.

About Ketamine

Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic and is currently being used off-label for psychotherapeutic purposes in clinics across the US.As a dissociative medication, ketamine can provide an “out of body” experience which can result in the structural rewiring of the brain itself.

These effects allow us to see the world differently and yield significant improvements in people with pain, anxiety and, depression.Ketamine acts as a NMDA antagonist and modulates glutamate regulation in the brain. It is classified by the DEA as a schedule III medication.

What to expect

Upon arrival, one of our trusted Nurses will find the best space in your home for your ketamine session. We will prepare you for the experience by discussing expectations on the day of your treatment.You will receive a facemask and noise-canceling headphones. A curated selection of music will be played during your session.People typically feel the effects of ketamine for 60-90 minutes. Your Nurse will remain at your side throughout the experience.

Your mind may drift inward. You may see visions, memories, or have an out of body experience. The possibilities of ketamine are endless.Afterwards, your Nurse will help you document the details of your experience including where you were and what you felt.Family members, loved ones, and Hospice staff including Chaplains are welcome to join during the session, but only at your discretion.


Daytryp is the premier ketamine clinic located in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix, AZ.

Navi Nurses is the top concierge nursing company in Arizona.


Telehealth Medical Intake Evaluation $75
(Refunded upon purchasing ketamine services)
$1000 per Ketamine Session

Sunset is a self pay service that does not accept insurance for ketamine therapy. We accept credit cards including HSA payments.


If you would like to discuss ketamine therapy please contact us:Email: sunset@daytryp.comPhone: 602-833-7714When you are ready, please fill out the form on the following page to allow us to preliminary eligibility.

If you appear appropriate for ketamine therapy then we will contact you to schedule a telehealth intake appointment to finalize your eligibility.