21 people are interested
Bereavement Support Volunteers Needed
21 people are interested
Bereavement Volunteers are an essential part of the team at Brighton Hospice. With their generosity of time, energy and skills, we have been able to offer on-going support to patients and their families. Bereavement volunteers can help family and close friends who have been affected by the illness and death of a Brighton patient.
As a Brighton Bereavement Support Volunteer, you will be making monthly phone calls to check in with family members, caregivers, or friends of a patient. Our volunteers enable callers to talk about their concerns on the phone and provide them with community resources if they need further support and information. This is a great opportunity for students studying social work or counseling try providing hands on experience in this field.
Bereavement Support Volunteers work closely with our Bereavement Coordinator and receive specialized training and support.
We would love to hear from you if you enjoy telephone contact, have good listening skills and feel a calling to do this work. Must be 18 years old.
For an application packet and program information please contact Ali Mendiola, Volunteer Coordinator at 503-453-2113 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Brighton Hospice
12725 SW 66th Ave, Tigard, OR 97223, US
Our mission at Brighton Home Health and Hospice is to provide the best physical, emotional, and spiritual care for our patients and their families. We achieve our mission by hiring the most compassionate and skilled people in the industry who deliver clinical expertise and exceed our patient's expectations. We cultivate an environment where our team members are valued, respected, and provided personal and professional growth opportunities. Our leaders focus on supporting the clinical team so they can concentrate on patient care. We are always guided by our commitment to excellence.
With Locations in Utah, Minnesota, Oregon, and Nevada, our mission at Brighton Home Health and Hospice is to provide the best physical, emotional, and spiritual care for our patients and their families.
Portland Metro AreaTigard, OR 97223
August 10, 2021
- Case Work / Management
- Hospice Care
- Community Outreach
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Social Work
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training
- Volunteers set their own schedules and can give as many hours as they desire.
- Must be 18 years old.