If you’re interested in providing much-needed support and companionship to the patients and families of Trellis Supportive Care, see the details below about how to get involved.
Volunteers that have direct or indirect interaction with hospice patients and their families are required to receive a minimum of 12 hours of volunteer training. Training requirements vary for all other agency volunteers.
Direct and Clinical Support Volunteer Requirements
- Volunteer Application
- Background Check
- TB Test
- 2 personal or professional references
- Copy of Driver’s License
- Proof of Current Automobile Insurance Liability
- 12 hours of Direct/Clinical Support Training
Volunteer Training sessions are held at various times throughout the year in Forsyth, Stokes, Davie, and Rowan County. Training sessions are offered in the evenings and during the day. Placement into training classes is dependent upon the completion and review of the volunteer application.
*Community groups and individuals who support Trellis Supportive Care through meals, baking, sewing, gardening, or other special projects are not subject to the volunteer training requirements listed above.