Volunteering at the Connecticut Hospice

Hospice care relies on an interdisciplinary team approach of caregiving and volunteers are essential to the services that we provide. Volunteers are needed in some 22 different areas, ranging from patient assistance to transportation. See how you can help.

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The Connecticut Hospice, Inc. is recognized internationally as a health care provider that originated hospice care in America in 1974. We provide compassionate and expert care to patients and their families coping with an irreversible illness.

Care is provided by a team of professionals from various disciplines, including medical, spiritual care, social work, dietary, the arts and pharmacy.

Volunteers are an essential part of this interdisciplinary team and have been widely recognized for their work.

Opportunities to make a difference as a volunteer continually arise–and we provide orientation and training for each volunteer role.

If you think that volunteering at The Connecticut Hospice may be for you, please take a peek at Benefits of Volunteering, Volunteer Opportunities, and Volunteer Needs.

If you would like more information or would like to set up an interview, please contact Joan Cullen at 203-315-7510 or by email at jcullen@hospice.com.


Joan Cullen
Director of Volunteers