Compassionate Care Hospice provides specialized care and
support for our patients and their families. Our Volunteers play a vital
role in our services by providing support to our patients, caregivers and staff;
as well as assisting with bereavement and professional services.
Make Someone’s Last Moments Their Best Moments
Become a Hospice Volunteer
to assist those in need at a critical point in their lives.
Helping those with limited life expectancy
is not about dying but about living.
Gaining valuable skills
in our training program to equip you for this challenging work.
Making a difference
whether you have just an hour or two, a week, or several days a month.
How Can Volunteers Help?
We provide specialized care and support for our patients and their families. Volunteers play a vital role in our services by providing:
Patient Support: provide companionship, a listening ear, and engaging in shared hobbies such as: reading, writing letters, taking walks, etc...
Caregiver Support: assist with running errands, making phone calls, providing respite care and support
Bereavement Support: assist hospice staff with emotional support of patients and families, as well as mailings of bereavement notes and cards
Administrative Support: provide support to the office staff by clerical and record keeping, data entry, phone support, making copies, and filing
Professional Support: providing care such as massage therapy, pet therapy, or beautician services as a licensed professional
- Elder care
- Bereavement Support
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Spiritual Healing
- Administrative Support
- Hospice Care
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- minimum of 6 months