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Ray Hickey Hospice House Volunteers

The Ray Hickey Hospice House is a 24-hour care facility built in 2004 solely from donations with 20 private rooms. 

Ray Hickey Hospice House staff is dedicated to support and comfort every patient’s unique journey, and to support them on the path they choose. 

Ray Hickey Hospice House (RHHH) Volunteer Opportunities      

  • Patient Care Volunteers: Volunteers supplement the CNA’s for a 4-hour shift, once a week, to provide support for patients and their families. Duties include: Providing comfort tasks such as standby assist with commode or bathing, preparing a meal, taking patients on walks within the RHHH and/or internal garden, reading, writing letters, friendly visits, cleaning the kitchen, laundry, etc. Volunteers must obtain a Food Handler’s Card through the Clark County Public Health. 
  • Reception Desk Volunteers: Volunteers answer phones, take messages, greet and direct visitors, and other tasks as needed. This is a 1x weekly, 4-hour shift with the opportunity to also be on-call.   
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