If you are interested in volunteering, there are many ways to make a difference through services that help our employees, patients, visitors as well as the community.
These opportunities range from helping at health education programs and special events to fundraising and even hospice care. Our Volunteer Services staff work with all volunteers to find the job that best fits each person's interests, skills and schedule.
We also have a Teen Volunteer Program for students at least 14 years of age. To be a part of this program, volunteers must be able to commit to two hours of volunteer work per week. Registration begins each May. Apply by completing the volunteer application below.
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- Now accepting volunteen applications for 2017. APPLY TODAY! (Deadline is May 15th, 2017)
All volunteers are required to complete an application, interview, health history, TB skin test, background check, general orientation and specific orientation and training for their particular position.
For more information on volunteering, contact Cindy Clark at 715-284-1391 or email us via our online form found here.
BRMH Hospice and Homecare in Need of Comfort Shawls
Over the years, volunteers have provided hundreds of shawls to help comfort and provide warmth to Black River Memorial Hospital (BRMH) Hospice and Homecare patients in the Jackson County area. Patients receive a comfort shawl upon entry to the hospice or homecare program. BRMH is once again seeking volunteers who know how to knit or crochet and are interested in helping.
Sue Lindberg, BRMH Homecare-Hospice biller, is coordinating the collection of the shawls and said, "We love being able to provide these shawls and our patients really appreciate them. A slightly bulky yarn made up in the preferred pattern is very soft and comfortable." Patterns are available for printing for private use, from the BRMH website with permission from shawlministry.com.
Completed shawls can be dropped off at B-Home Services and Supplies, 311 County Highway A, Black River Falls, WI. Please attach a note with the name and address of who made the shawl. Also, include the number of hours it took to make it. Shawl pattern details and other volunteer opportunities can be located at www.brmh.net/about-us/volunteers.
SIX PARTNERS SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR 2017
TWO (2) HEALTH CAREER SCHOLARSHIPS: These scholarships are to be awarded to qualified third year, or above, college students who have been accepted into a health-related program (OT, PT, Pharmacy, Nursing, etc.) at a non-technical college or university. AMOUNT: The amount will be $2,000.00 each, payable on or before August 15 to two selected recipients.
TWO (2) TECHNICAL COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS: These annual scholarships are to be awarded to qualified students who have been accepted into a Technical College and is pursuing a health career. AMOUNT: The amount will be $1,000.00 each, payable on or before August 15 to two selected recipients.
DAVID AND DONNA DEMASK CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT SCHOLARSHIP: This annual scholarship is to be awarded to a qualified applicant who has been accepted into a program for training as a Certified Nursing Assistant. AMOUNT: The amount will be $400.00 payable on or before the start of the program.
MARY LARKIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: This annual scholarship is to be awarded to a qualified student who has been accepted in a health care program in a Technical College or a University and is pursuing a patient care health career. AMOUNT: The amount will be $1,000.00 payable on or before August 15.
BRMH VOLUNTEEN SCHOLARSHIP: This scholarship is to be awarded to a qualified graduating high school student who has been accepted into a two- or four- year college, university or technical school, and has served as a Black River Memorial Hospital Volunteen. AMOUNT: The amount will be $1,000.00, payable on or before August 15 to a selected recipient.
PET THERAPY AT BRMH
Take a first hand look at the power that our pet therapy program has on patients, family and staff. Our program is lead by Cindy Clark, Volunteer Services Director and her therapy dog, Maggie.
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