Volunteer Organizations: Hospices

Agape Hospice & Palliative Care

Contact Information

Telephone: 520-207-5817
Email: sveno@agapehospiceaz.com
Website: http://agapehospiceaz.com/

We are committed to providing the highest quality, patient-centered hospice services to our patients, and to assist them in achieving the highest quality of life possible during their final season of life. Our qualified, trustworthy and compassionate personnel are committed to going above and beyond in their efforts to serve those in our care. Volunteers serve as part of a trustworthy and compassionate team that collaborates for each patient and their loved ones.

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Amedisys Hospice

Looking for an opportunity to contribute your time and talents to help others in our community? Look no further than Amedisys Hospice. We strive to provide compassionate health care that embraces the whole person in mind, body and spirit, and to serve everyone with dignity. Become a part of our mission. You’ll not only help others, you’ll enjoy life-enhancing experiences.

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Arista Hospice

Contact Information

Telephone: 520-886-2344
Email: rcunningham@aristahealthaz.com
Website: http://aristahealthaz.com/

As an Arrista Hospice Volunteer, you are a part of a team of professionals helping people and families cope with the physical, spiritual and emotional needs related to the patient’s terminal illness.

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Heartland Hospice Care

Contact Information

Telephone: 520-625-4368
Email: genie.patterson@hcr-manorcare.com
Website: http://www.heartlandhospice.com/volunteers/

Heartland volunteers offer support, companionship and practical, compassionate help. Some interact directly with patients and families. Others prefer to work behind the scenes in the office setting.

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Hospice Family Care

Contact Information

Telephone: 520-499-3072
Email: darlenegoatley@hfc-az.com
Website: http://www.hfc-az.com/

Friendly visits enable families to keep their loved ones at home, around the people they love, and the things they love. Assisting with errands helps a tired family cope with their many challenges and allows them time with their loved one. Simply holding a patient’s hand can ease their mind and comfort their spirit.

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Oshyn Hospice

Contact Information

Telephone: 520-547-3971
Email: sbensen@oshynhospice.ocm
Website: http://www.oshynhospice.com/#!volunteer/c1qnz

Volunteers are the heart of hospice, providing that extra level of care, comfort, and support that makes all the difference to patients and families.

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Soreo Hospice

Contact Information

Telephone: 520-547-7000
Email: mary@soreo.com
Website: http://www.soreo.com/hospice-care/volunteer/volunteer-with-soreo/

Soreo volunteers offer support, companionship and practical, compassionate help. Some interact directly with patients and families. Others prefer to work behind the scenes in the office setting. As a volunteer, you help determine which tasks you’re best suited to perform. The roles of volunteers are typically divided into two major categories: those who are directly involved with the care of the dying person and their family and those who indirectly support the dying by providing services directly to the hospice.

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Soulistic Hospice

Contact Information

Telephone: 520-609-3107
Email: eleelleid@soulisticmedicalinstitute.org
Website: http://soulistichospice.org/

Soulistic Hospice is a local, faith-based, nonprofit, State Licensed, Medicare Certified, and Joint Commission Accredited hospice with offices in Tubac and Tucson. We are committed to serving Santa Cruz and Southern Pima Counties.

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Valor HospiceCare

Contact Information

Telephone: 520-399-0200
Email: SMathews@valorhospicecare.com
Website: http://valorhospicecare.com/

Do you have a Valor Volunteer Heart?  Read a book. Hold a hand. Listen to a life story. Share your musical talent. Help with administrative office support. And the list goes on… Valor HospiceCare provides compassionate care for patients with advanced illness and support for their families and loved ones. Wherever a patient lives–at home, in an assisted living or skilled nursing home, hospital or our inpatient centers–we are there to help.

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