Volunteers Needed at Hospice




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ascend Hospice of Virginia is seeking compassionate individuals to join their End of Life Doula volunteer program. They should be eager and willing to accompany the dying and their families through an intensive, practically based model of care in which doulas provide emotional and spiritual support and guidance in the final days of life.

       End of Life Doula certificates are awarded once the training and required service are completed.

 

For more information, call Sarah Rathburne at 804-572-9367 or email Sarah.Rathburne@AscendHealth.com.

 

 

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