"I enjoy being a volunteer with Harmony Home Health & Hospice. The satisfaction I get from helping the patients is really wonderful"
Kaye M. – A Harmony Hospice Volunteer
"You are rewarded with satisfaction when you know you've made a difference in the life of the patients and their families."
Jean G. – A Harmony Hospice Volunteer
Become a Home Health or Hospice Volunteer Today
To apply to be a volunteer, click here: Apply Online
Click here for the Volunteer Note
Your smile can cheer up someone’s entire day. Your time can significantly improve their quality of life. Your help with everyday tasks can make the difference between frustration and fulfillment. Every day healthcare volunteers help their neighbors and are rewarded with the appreciation of those they serve.
Who Can Become a Volunteer?
Harmony volunteers are men and women of all ages and backgrounds. From the nine year old boy who plays the piano for residents of long-term care facilities to the eighty-three year old woman who helps prepare meals, healthcare volunteers assist the Harmony Home Health and Hospice staff with patient care and family support.
What Does a Volunteer Do?
Harmony volunteers bring their own special warmth and unique personalities to Home Health and Hospice patients and their families. Volunteers support the services provided by nurses, aides, and family members. They offer comfort and companionship.
• Volunteers in Direct Service
To be a caring, supportive, and empathetic individual, providing help for the patient, family, or other primary caregiver. Services may include:
– Household tasks
– Meal preparation
– Playing games
– Yard work
– Providing a listening ear
– Shopping & running errands
– Emotional support
• Volunteers in Administration
A wide variety of office support and administrative support projects are available.
• Volunteers in Community Education
Volunteers help to familiarize the public with Hospice and Home Health services, dispel misconceptions, and inform the community about the special needs of the homebound and terminally ill.
• Professional “Talent Pool”/Consultant Volunteers
Consulting volunteers include professionals in all walks of life, including: Attorneys, accountants, public relation specialists, pharmacists, spiritual advisors, community clergy, fund raisers, and investment specialist.
What Type of Training is Provided?
Harmony offers extensive training for all volunteers. Topics include communication skills, family dynamics, grief and bereavement, home safety, personal safety, stress management, and infection control. The amount and scope of training a volunteer receives is dependent upon the type of services they will be providing.
If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please download and complete a volunteer application, then fax or e-mail it to:
For the greater SLC area:
For Davis County & Ogden:
For Utah County: