Throughout history, thousands of men and women have served in the United States military armed forces. Putting aside regard for themselves and leaving behind family and friends, they chose to defend our coUntry and its ideals. Peace, freedom, justice, opportunity and individualism are just dreams without someone to turn these ideals into reality.
At Crossroads Hospice, we want to recognize the sacrifices that many of our patients have made in serving their country. In doing so, we have created a Veterans Recognition Program. Interested volunteers would present a Certificate of Appreciation to Veterans who are receiving care from Crossroads Hospice and spend time sharing their experiences in the armed forces.
We have patients in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware counties.
Please contact Kimberly Mumper at 215-956-5110 for more information.
523 Plymouth Road, Suite 225, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462, US
Crossroads goal is symptom management and pain control. Hope of remission or cure is never abandoned.The focus is on keeping the patient pain free and giving them a good quality of life for whatever time they may have left with us.
Crossroads cares for patients with life limiting illnesses as well as provides support on many levels to loved ones and caregivers. That care includes the psychological, social and spiritual components of hospice.
Crossroad's staff is available around the clock to consult with the family to make after hour visits as appropriate.
For those patients at home, Crossroads has a respite care program, which places the patient in a temporary facility and allows the family and friends some time away for some much needed rest.
Crossroads also provides a "watch" and "continuous care" program when our patient is most critical.
Kimberly Mumper Volunteer Manager 215-956-5110
Veterans & Military Families
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.