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As a Mission Hospice volunteer you will support our patients and their families through the dying process. Volunteer support takes many forms; reading to patients, running errands, and providing much needed friendly interaction in private residences and nursing homes.
Our office is located in Pasadena, however our patients reside all over the Greater Los Angeles area, San Fernando Valley and San Gabriel Valley. You will be supporting hospice patients and their families convenient to the area you live in.
We provide a training program to prepare you for hospice volunteering and to help you make the most of your volunteer experience. No previous experience is necessary.
For more information, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (626) 799-2727 or visit our website at http://missionhospice.net/
2555 E Colorado Blvd. (Our Main Office Location), Suite 301, Pasadena, CA 91107, US
We dedicate ourselves to providing excellent hospice care with ultimate respect for the decisions of those we serve. We honor dignity, comfort and hope, and endeavor to support each other in our work. We are committed to ethics and integrity, promoting personal, professional and organizational excellence. We believe in accountability to society, to our community, and to each other.
An Incredible Life Changing Opportunity For "U"
An Opportunity to Grow AND Wonderfully Impact Lives
Doctors, nurses, social workers, chaplains, home heath aids, dietitian, office professionals, VOLUNTEERS! We offer dignity, comfort and hope to people with life limiting illnesses in LA, Riverside, & San Bernardino Counties and in the San Fernando Valley.
Health & Medicine
We'll work with your schedule.
111, South First Street(APPROXIMATE LOCATION)Alhambra, CA91801
April 5, 2021
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
2 hours a week
A desire to serve and make a difference for people who are nearing end of life.