Respite care is temporary care provided for the patient at a hospital, nursing home, or inpatient facility so the family or friends who are acting as the patient’s primary caregivers can rest and take some time off.Read More
Volunteers provide the heart of our services. Virtually anyone and everyone can become a volunteer. If you choose to donate your time to the services of Cura-HPC, your generosity will not go unnoticed.
Volunteers Are Needed For:
Patient & Family Support • Clerical/Administrative
Transportation • Crafts • Yard Work • Fellowship • Baking/Cooking
The areas of involvement are endless! Whatever your talents, Cura-HPC needs you. Volunteers can include individuals, couples, families, and organizations.
If you would be interested in learning more about becoming a Cura-HPC volunteer, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (800) 797-3839
Is Hospice Volunteering for Me?
Hospice volunteers are a vital part of the hospice team, filling roles that include everything from direct contact with patients to helping with clerical and fundraising support. Hospices that are Medicare certified are required to use volunteers together with their paid clinical and administrative staff. Hospice volunteers describe their work as gratifying, intellectually stimulating, and emotionally meaningful. While hospices do require a lot of volunteers, we value volunteers greatly.
As a hospice volunteer, you need to be:
- Able to commit the needed about of time
- A listener, and comfortable in silence
- Aware of your strengths, limits, and when to say no
- Ready to meet the physical, emotional, and/or spiritual need