Would you like to make a difference?
At Homestead Hospice, we need people like you to donate time, energy and experience in a variety of areas, including community outreach, social events within the community and direct patient contact.
Together, we will be able to help patients and families living with terminal illness. Our volunteers continue to express their feelings of joy and inspiration as they make a difference in the lives of the patients and families they help.
Please call us today to find out more about how you can help or click here to email us a request for information.
In Georgia, call: 678-966-0077
In Arizona, call: 480-584-3734
In South Carolina, call: 864-288-5136
In Alabama, call: 251-843-3151
There are many ways you can help
Community Outreach - represent Homestead Hospice in the community
Clerical Support - fulfill clerical tasks to support our office operations
Clinical Support - volunteer RN's, Chaplains, Home Health Aides, Medical Social Workers, Physicians and others are needed
Direct Patient Contact - provide support to the families served. Activities may include, but are not limited to, providing a break for the caregiver, running errands, preparing meals, light housekeeping and emotional support
Special Skills/Therapies - Massage, art, pet, other therapies. Provide language skills, hair dressing and other personal care needs
Bereavement Program - Bereavement volunteers provide support during the grieving process and assistance at annual memorial services
Comprehensive Training is Provided to All Homestead Hospice Volunteers
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