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Volunteer for Caring Circle Today

Volunteer for Caring Circle Programs Today!

Support your community, make a difference Caring Circle represents a range of programs offered for quality of life care, and includes the following:

  • Transitions is a volunteer support program, provided in the comfort of your home, to help people and their loved ones cope with advanced progressive illnesses.
  • HouseCalls brings expert primary medical care directly to the home, and may be an option for those who have serious or chronic conditions, and who are unable to travel to a physician’s office or clinic to receive care.
  • Palliative Care can help manage symptoms, relieve suffering, and increase quality of life for those living with a chronic, life-limiting illness, and can be used alongside curative treatment.
  • Hospice at Home is the oldest, largest, non-profit hospice organization in the area that focuses on caring for people and their entire family, keeping in mind what is important to you.
  • The Merlin and Carolyn Hanson Hospice Center is a home-away-from-home for people who need additional support in the final weeks of life.
  • Bereavement Care provides complementary resources to support clients, their families, and loved ones as they cope with grief.

Caring Circle is seeking compassionate people to volunteer locally and help make a difference in the lives of clients and their families. No medical knowledge is required, and all necessary training will be provided by Caring Circle.

Volunteer opportunities include:

  • Providing friendly visits and companionship to clients at their home/nursing facility
  • Sitting with clients while their spouse/caregiver is away
  • Driving clients to medical appointments and grocery store
  • Providing pet visits
  • Hair and nail care
  • Sewing projects
  • Cooking, meal preparation, and baking
  • Helping with light housekeeping
  • Maintenance/handy person
  • Playing music, including the piano
  • Preparing and delivering baked goods to the Hanson Hospice Center
  • Helping with light housekeeping around the Hanson Hospice Center
  • Other jobs that match your interests and talents

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for any of the Caring Circle programs please contact our volunteer coordinator at (269) 429-7100 or visit www.caring-circle.org for more information.

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For more information call
(269) 429-7100 or
(800) 717-3811

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