An Angel Volunteer is a non-medical volunteer trained to provide emotional support and a compassionate presence, during the last hours of a Compassus patient's life. Angel Volunteers are considered the Alliance of Neighbors Giving End-of-Life-Support. Retirees, Reiki Practitioners, Music Therapists, End of Life Doulas, Energy Healers, College Students who are studying in health care, gerontology, divinity, social work, bereavement, counseling, and other related fields are welcome!
FREE TB test, MMR Titer, Hepatitis B test and Health Screenings are provided.
2-4 hour shifts, which can be adjusted to fit your schedule.
Convenient Orientation and FREE training and that fits your schedule.
Opportunities to connect with people in your community, build relationships and give back to those in need.
Ongoing Education, Support and Training
*We are looking for volunteers who are available to visit patients in their homes or long term care facilities in New Jersey.
There are other Compassus Angel Volunteer Opportunities in other NJ Counties as well! *Please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Bernadette Land at (732) 996 8519, or Bernadette.Land2@compassus.com for more details! *Don't forget to check your SPAM messages for my reply, if you inquiry about our opportunities via email.
4390 Route 130 North, Suite A, Willingboro, NJ 08046, US
Helping the community to ensure those with life-limiting illnesses face their journey with comfort, dignity and compassion in the warm and loving presence of family, friends and caregivers.
Hospice Compassus serves a nationwide network of community-based hospice programs outside of Nashville in Brentwood TN, with more than 90 programs in the U.S. Hospice care help manage pain and symptoms associated with terminal illness - physical, emotional, social and spiritual. And at the heart of Hospice Compassus, we focus on compassionate options to exhaustive treatments, incorporating the wishes of patients and loved ones in all end of life decisions.
Advocacy & Human Rights
We'll work with your schedule.
October 18, 2020
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
We ask that volunteers are able to commit to volunteering with us for at least 2 hours per week.
Able to travel via car or public transportation to visit patients at their homes or in long term care facilities.