Volunteer Support

Our caring hospice volunteers can help your family in so many ways, including:

Patient-visiting volunteers

Our volunteers will visit with your loved one so you can get a break. They unselfishly give of their time to listen, take a walk, read a book, write a journal or watch a movie. They may also run an errand to help out, such as grocery shopping. 

Pet Peace of Mind volunteers

These pet-loving volunteers help with dog walking, feeding, playing with pets, clean-up, transportation to the groomer or vet and shopping for supplies. 

Pet therapy volunteers

Pet therapy dogs must be certified.Emotional support dogs do not qualify for the pet therapy program.

Specially certified volunteers visit with their therapy dogs top bring comfort and joy to your family.

Veteran-to-veteran volunteers

When facing serious illness, your loved one may want to tell his or her service stories to someone who understands their experiences. 

Vigil volunteers

These specially trained volunteers visit with patients who have little or no family support during the final 24 to 48 hours of life. They provide a comforting presence, and emotional and spiritual support.