Ordinary teens with extraordinary compassion and concern for others.
Teen volunteers are a vital part of the Hospice of the Western Reserve team. They have a variety of skills, talents and abilities. Teen volunteers have the opportunity to touch patients’ lives by visiting with them at our residential facilities, David Simpson Hospice House and Ames Family Hospice House, and at nursing homes and/or assisted living facilities in their own neighborhoods. Teen volunteers can also assist Hospice of the Western Reserve staff members in various roles, including office support.
“Teen volunteers should be recognized for the important work that they do and the vital role that they play within the transdisciplinary team. Their youth and vitality bring great joy to our patients and families, bridging a gap that only they can accomplish. We are amazed at the passion and commitment in all of our teen volunteers. ” – Hospice of the Western Reserve Board Member
All teens interested in becoming volunteers need to attend a comprehensive orientation class (only the first session of education series). Click here for the 2015 volunteer education schedule offered by the Hospice of the Western Reserve team and complete 4 hours of self study. After attending and completing the self study, you’ll have a better understanding of hospice care and Hospice of the Western Reserve’s role in the community, as well as the wide variety of teen volunteer opportunities available.
Interested in becoming a Teen volunteer? Answer the following questions:
300 East 185th Street
Cleveland, OH 44119
Want to know more about becoming a teen volunteer?
Teen Volunteer Coordinator
300 E. 185th Street
Cleveland, OH 44109
Teen volunteers are a vital part of the Hospice of the Western Reserve team. Download and complete the application to join the team.
Teen volunteers assist with a variety of events at Hospice of the Western Reserve. View upcoming activities below.