"No one visits anymore" was what the mom of a chaplain said to him one day. She was in hospice, had a life-limiting illness and could have used a caring person to come and spend time with her, talking about her life and sharing similar stories. Someone to watch a movie with on T.V., someone to read to her or write a letter or two to family members. Someone to play Scrabble or Yahtzee or cards with. That's what hospice volunteers do. They are a friendly, caring person who gives of their time and selves in selfless service to others. The times to visit are flexible and are appreciated for what you can do, if it's a couple hours a couple of times per month or more, that time is appreciated more than you will know. We provide the training and on-going supervision support, you provide yourself and your care. Most of our folks are in their own homes, sometimes a group home or facility.
Volunteers do so much for not only the patients but the families as well by being available to talk, visit and give time for the caregivers to have a break. Volunteers provide the kind of support that is special and unique, being the "no agenda" person in the patient's life.
If you have this kind of heart, please contact us and we'll make sure you are trained and ready to do this special work.
2111 E Highland Ave, Suite B425, Phoenix, AZ 85016, US
Our mission is to provide competent and quality care that is supportive, unbiased and personally modified. Services are to include physical, psychological and spiritual care coordinated by dedicated professionals and volunteers committed to those individuals experiencing a life limiting illness. Our vision is to dignify the patient’s personal vision of peace.
We are looking for people who have a genuine passion for helping others and making a difference in someone's life. Whether it's reading a book, writing letters, or listening to life stories, Comprehensive Care's volunteers do it all. Our volunteers are an integral part of our success and provide so much more for our patients and their families than the average volunteer.
We'll work with your schedule.
2111 N. Highland Ave., Suite B245Maricopa County, various locationsPhoenix, AZ85016
August 6, 2020
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Whatever you can give, not less than 2 hours/month