Call hospice and ask them to come out to your house and do an evaluation on your husband. They are very kind and truthful and will tell you whether or not you are ready. The experience that I had with meeting them was that they informed us we are not there yet...my husband is in a new clinical trial so while he is under going treatment he is not eligible, Hospice is for 'comfort care' at the end of the journey. Someone posted a comment to my question that there are 'open' hospice centers that will take patients even if they are currently being treated...I have not found one but that does not mean there is not one in your area. Ask the nurse or the hospice representative. Also ask you husband's treating doctor's nurse for advice as well. There may be other resources available if hospice is not an option right now.
Keep asking for help/information, but most of all trust your inner voice. As much as it is uncomfortable it will always lead you in the right direction. I made the calls and feel much better knowing that I have met people that will help me when the time comes. It also makes it a little easier knowing you are not alone in this.
Be strong and trust yourself, you are a beautiful person who is loving and caring. It will be OK, just try to get through it.
love and blessings,
"Change your thoughts, and you change your world."