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Hospice Volunteers

Hospice Volunteers Provide Comfort and Friendship

erika morrisonHospice at Home volunteers provide important care to those facing life-limiting illness in our community. Whether it’s companionship to the individual or support to family members and caregivers, the contributions of volunteers are essential to improving quality of life for people moving through the hospice journey.

Volunteer Coordinator, Erika Morrison, recently joined the Hospice at Home team in South Haven and shared why she is passionate about hospice care and volunteering. “I love the mission of Hospice at Home and the commitment to the patient and their wishes. I love working with volunteers – people who so selflessly give their time, energy and resources to help others through the circumstances that they are experiencing. It’s an amazing thing to watch!”


"Volunteers that go out and visit people during this time show the best side of humanity.  I am so humbled to be a part of that." 

-Erika Morrison, 
Volunteer Coordinator


Hospice at Home has a volunteer job for everyone – we want to find out what you love doing and channel that into helping others. No medical knowledge is required and all necessary training will be provided.

Call (800) 717-3811 for more information.

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For more information please call (800) 717-3811