Those Who Can, Do - Those Who Can Do More, Volunteer
Getting out of the service doesn’t mean you have to stop having someone's back or living heroic values like courage and integrity. Hope Health Care has an opportunity for you to continue to serve others but on your own time and in your way.
Hope Health Care serves veterans who are on Hospice care. They need an ally who will assist them with completing their final mission in life. Hospice provides Medicare entitled services for the veteran to feel comfortable and free of pain. But that doesn’t mean these veterans are not full of life. The veterans we serve have amazing stories to share with those willing to listen. They can engage heartily and leave you feeling more grateful than you expected to feel when you arrived.
If you want to help a veteran approach their final days with courage and dignity, please reach out to us today regarding this incredible opportunity. We are certain you will be glad you did.
Volunteers receive training free of charge as well as on-going education and support.
Your schedule is up to you! Most volunteers serve between 1 to 4 hours per week!
If you'd like to be a veteran to veteran patient Companion volunteer we will match you with a veteran who lives in or around your community
3200 Broadway Blvd. Suite 220, Garland, TX 75043, US
We believe in the value of life - of every life. Every decision we make in life, whether positive or negative, great or small, builds upon our story. We exist to inspire and encourage ever person we serve - to insist that every day counts. Your Story Matters!
Hope Health Care is a locally owned and operated hospice and palliative care organization serving the Dallas - Fort Worth metroplex. In an effort to surround our patients and partners with superior care and service, we make great effort to recruit and pursue team members who have "hopeful" hearts.
Veterans & Military Families
We'll work with your schedule.
200 West Virginia StreetMcKinney, TX75069
February 17, 2021
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 16
Orientation or Training
We realize your time is valuable so we only ask that you share what time you have with our patients and families.