CHCC offers senior programs and residences including independent and assisted living, skilled nursing, memory and dementia care, and adult day services. CHCC also offers inpatient and outpatient short-term rehab, including occupational, physical, and speech therapy, as well as a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient mental-health services.
Volunteers at CHCC make a difference in the lives of patients, residents, clients, consumers, and staff every day. Each year, more than 300 adults and teenagers aged 13-17 collectively provide nearly 15,000 hours of volunteer service to CHCC. Their responsibilities are varied and extensive. Some assist with activities or work in de Snoep Winkle Gift Shop and Tea Room. Others organize fundraisers or serve on the CHCC Board of Trustees.
Our goal is to make your volunteer experience a valuable one, while also benefiting CHCC residents and patients. Each of us is given gifts and talents to use for the common good. Through volunteering, people give of themselves and receive satisfaction and a sense of fulfillment. Volunteering provides an opportunity to help others, meet new people, keep your mind sharp, explore health careers, and fulfill educational, school, and church community-service requirements.