Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in volunteering, there are many ways to make a difference and help our employees, patients, visitors, and community. The list below includes many of the different areas where volunteers are needed. If you are interested in any of them, fill out an application or contact Cindy Clark at 715-284-1391 or the fill out the form below for more information.

Patient Services
  • Transportation
  • Mail Delivery and Coffee Cart
  • Reception Escort Desk
  • Respite Care for Adults and/or Children
  • Volunteens
  • Ambulatory Services Escort
  • Customer Service Callers
  • Hospice
  • "Lend an Ear" Hospital Volunteer
Gift Shop
  • Buyer
  • Scheduler
  • Treasurer
  • Sales
  • Manager
Health Education
  • Babysitting Clinic
  • Poison Prevention Program
  • Teens Against Tobacco Use Program
  • The Truly Me Club Program (Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention)
  • Health Fairs
Community Outreach
  • Telehealth Equipment Installers
  • Tele-Care Callers
  • Personal Emergency Response System Installers and Test Callers
  • Blood Drives
  • Newsletter Mailings
  • Diabetes Education Support Group Officers and Members
  • "Tuck-in" Callers
  • Concierge Volunteers
  • Holiday Tea
  • Brunch with the Easter Bunny
  • Love Light Program
  • Other Event Planning
Other Interests
  • Office Work
  • Telephoning
  • Historian
  • Knitting
  • Sewing
  • Art
Committee and/or Board Positions
  • Orientation
  • Membership
  • Volunteen Program
  • Scholarships
  • Public Policy Education
  • Programs Officers

Regular Hospice Volunteers
Fully trained to provide:

  • Respite care for families
  • Help with occasional office work
  • Run errands
  • Provide transportation
  • Visit with patients to review their lives
  • Support patient families
  • Assist with patient/family home needs

Transition Volunteers
Specially trained in:

  • End-of-life care for imminently dying patients
  • Bereavement process

Hospice Teen Volunteers
Must be 14 to 18 years of age to be considered. Will be trained to:

  • Visit with patients
  • Provide light housekeeping
  • Run errands and shop
  • Provide respite care
  • Visit patients in long-term facilities
  • Yard work
  • Complete life reviews

Hospice Helpers
Those who wish to assist the program in areas that do not involve patient or family contact.

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