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Coming Home Hospice is a residential hospice program providing care and support for clients and their families facing terminal illness. When care at home is no longer an option, Coming Home Hospice can provide a safe, loving and warm place to reside ... Read more
Coming Home Hospice is a residential hospice program providing care and support for clients and their families facing terminal illness. When care at home is no longer an option, Coming Home Hospice can provide a safe, loving and warm place to reside during the final period of life. Caregivers provide 24-hour nursing and personal care in a home-like atmosphere giving families the freedom from worry about care and safety issues so they can focus on their loved one.
Volunteers provide assistance and companionship to clients at Coming Home Hospice. California Pacific Medical Center's Department of Volunteer Services is part of the California Pacific Medical Center Foundation, which is dedicated to developing resources that support the Medical Center in providing access to the best health care available. For more information on volunteering at Coming Home Hospice call (415)600-0374 or 5374
Coming Home Hospice has many ongoing volunteer opportunities. I volunteer in the kitchen, and if you love you cook for people, this is the volunteer job for you! We cook for about 15 patients plus guests and staff, so we can personalize meals and make them special. I get to create desserts and soups in addition to helping with the main meal, and my creativity is always appreciated.
The staff and the hospice have been there forever, and they adopt you the moment you arrive. There is a very cozy, positive atmosphere that always makes me feel good.
In addition to the patient care and kitchen positions, they also need receptionists to greet people and answer the phone. That position is good for someone who wants to help, but also would like some time to catch up on reading or homework.
Just a few hours a week is all it takes! The application process can take a while because you must get blood and TB tests, but you can do it all in the hospital at no expense to you.