Crossroads Hospice is seeking bereavement support volunteers to help out in our Dayton office. Bereavement support volunteers help with many tasks that are crucial to the day to day operations. Volunteers help with tasks such as mailings, filing, paperwork, bereavement support calls to bereaved family members, and tuck-in calls for patients. The schedule is flexible and will be based around your availability. We look forward to working with you!
***Volunteers do not administer medications or perform nursing duties.***
Here are the steps needed to become a volunteer at Crossroads Hospice: 1- Complete Volunteer Application and New Hire Paperwork 2- Complete a Background Check 3- Complete Volunteer Training
8069 Washington Village Drive, Dayton, OH 45458, US
The mission of Crossroads Hospice is to provide highly competent, comprehensive, and compassionate hospice services to persons experiencing a life-limiting illness and to their families. The hospice is committed to keeping patients in their home environment, whether that is in their own private residence or in a nursing home.
Crossroads Hospice is a community based organization, licensed by the state and certified by both Medicare and the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP). From our inception, we have had one philosophy--expect more. Since 1995, we’ve been busy reinventing hospice by finding ways to spend more time with patients and families; and developing ideas to help them get the most from this delicate life experience. Crossroads is there when patients and their families need us most. Our patient-to-staff ratio is among the best in hospice. As a result, we provide more daily visits to our patients than anyone in hospice care. Our staff consists of doctors, nurses, aides, chaplains, social workers, bereavement coordinators, volunteer coordinators and volunteers, all working as a team to meet the needs of the hospice patient and their family.