Update for volunteers regarding COVID-19 concerns:
Capital Caring Health leadership is constantly monitoring CDC updates and making needed changes to our protocols based on CDC recommendations.
As of March 2022, volunteers are now able to make home and IPU visits, but no facility visits. Volunteers must sign and complete our waiver (facilitated through their regional volunteer manager) and watch personal protective equipment (PPE) training. Volunteers will be provided proper PPE (eye protection and medical mask) by their regional volunteer manager prior to making any visits.
Volunteers play key roles throughout Capital Caring Health
We are always looking for caring, compassionate people like you, who want to give something back to their community.
Below are a few examples volunteers roles throughout the organization. For the full list, click here.
Capital Caring Health prides itself on providing the very highest level of care to each patient. Because of this commitment, all staff and volunteers are screened and evaluated. Standards of conduct apply to all paid and volunteer staff.
Please note our One Year Rule for Patient Care Volunteering:
Due to the profound effects of grief, we ask you to wait at least one year after having experienced a loss before becoming a Capital Caring Health Hospice Services patient volunteer. We have found, based over 35 years of experience that it takes that long to live with one’s own grief before truly being able to help others in similar situations. Having said that, you are welcome to help us in our offices with important administrative support, to join our Facebook community and, of course, to attend our many community events. We would love to hear from you.