Hospice Volunteers Needed, Training Offered in Stevens Point

Ministry Hospice helps individuals dying of terminal illnesses live each day to the fullest, pain-free, and with dignity and peace.  Trained hospice volunteers are important members of the Ministry Hospice Care Team.

Be a part of a powerful journey by becoming a hospice volunteer. Training held Tuesdays in April from 1-5 pm at Ministry Home Care, 2501 Main Street, Stevens Point.

The hospice team consists of many professionals—nurses, aides, social workers, therapists, chaplains, bereavement coordinators, and the medical director, as well as specially-trained volunteers. All work together to support individuals and their families during their last months of life.

Ministry Hospice Volunteers:
• Provide patient and family assistance
• Act as a hospice ambassador
• Assist with fundraising
• Offer clerical support
• Support bereavement programs
• Participate in other meaningful ways

There is no cost to participate, but space is limited. For more information, contact Ministry Home Care at 800.398.1297.

 

 
 
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