Make a difference in your community as an Elizabeth Hospice Volunteer!
Elizabeth Hospice volunteers profoundly affect the quality of our patients’ and their families' lives. By becoming a volunteer of The Elizabeth Hospice you can play a remarkable and enriching role in the lives of our patients and families. We currently serve communities within San Diego and Inland Empire. Volunteering will be in your own community. We offer comprehensive training taught by experts in the medical industry.
Click here and view a list of our volunteer opportunities. Learn more or sign up for our upcoming Patient Care Volunteer orientation session by contacting the Volunteer Department at email@example.com or call 800.797.2050.
Counselor (Volunteer AMFT/APPC/ASW) Opportunities Available
The Center for Compassionate Care of The Elizabeth Hospice offers a dynamic 18-month clinical training experience for developing therapists interested in the field of grief, loss and life transition. Associate Marriage and Family Therapists, Associate Professional Clinical Counselors, Associate Social Workers, and Trainees who are able to volunteer in San Diego County and Southern Riverside County are encouraged to apply. Click here for more information or call 800-797-2050.
Why The Elizabeth Hospice?
The Elizabeth Hospice has touched the lives of more than 95,000 individuals in our community since 1978.
Become a Volunteer!
“I believe in keeping the heart and compassion at the forefront of all we do.”
Jan Jones, President and CEO
Community Ambassador Program
People touched by hospice are a wonderful resource for those who want to learn more about hospice as an end-of-life care option. The Elizabeth Hospice is mobilizing an informal person-to-person network with the goal of increasing awareness, approachability, and understanding of hospice.
The Elizabeth Hospice Community Ambassadors assist in spreading the word about this difficult, yet important, topic. Spreading the word about hospice care can be done individually or through groups and organizations such as your church or service club. Telling a friend about hospice, who may benefit from this service, is a wonderful way to let them know you care.
Community Ambassadors can support the organization’s outreach efforts through a variety of opportunities:
- Hosting an information table at a Health/Community/Church Fair
- Distributing information, brochures, volunteer flyers, etc. to local business, senior centers, libraries, and other areas of interest.
- Participate in the Speakers Bureau, presenting “Hospice 101” as requested in the community.
- Participate in public policy events, supporting hospice and palliative care initiatives and sharing information with elected officials in your area.
How to Get Started
Our Community Ambassadors will be provided with training and resources, as appropriate for the outreach initiative they participate in.
To become a part of the Community Ambassador Program or to find out more, please email The Elizabeth Hospice Community Relations Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org.