Our Services

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Polson Branch 

2687 Palmer Street, Suite B
Missoula, MT  59808
(406) 728-8848 

1-14th Avenue West
Polson, MT  59860
(406) 883-8412

 

Special Call for Hospice Volunteers 

Hospice Volunteers

What's it like to be a Partners Volunteer?

You can make a difference in the lives of hospice patients and their families.

As a Hospice Volunteer, you can choose to work with individuals and their families by giving the gifts of compassion and emotional support.

You may also choose activities such as running errands, walking a pet, assisting with clerical functions, or involvement with the fundraising team. Whatever path you choose, your efforts will enhance the quality of life for those we serve and give you a deep sense of personal gratification.

 

Our Hospice Volunteers are Extraordinary

And sometimes our volunteers are in the news...

"in her seventh month of hospice care, McConnaha’s hospice volunteer Danielle Axe arranged a surprise flying lesson... I think a lot of people think of hospice as giving up, and it is absolutely not at all,” Axe said. “It’s making that time of your life the best that it can possibly be."

Read the Missoulian Article Here

 

How can I become a Hospice Volunteer?

If you have a passion for caring for others, you should consider becoming a Hospice Volunteer in Missoula or Polson. Please contact Val Piercy, Volunteer Coordinator at (406) 327-3657, or email PiercyV@partnersinhomecare.org

Volunteer Application - Mail
Volunteer Application - Online

 

Types of Volunteers

Hospice Families Appreciate Our Volunteers

Office Volunteers complete tasks such as filing, answering the phone, bulk mail preparation, data entry, and more.

Professional and Family Support Volunteers share their talents and occupational skills such as massage therapy, and certified pet companions.

Special Event Volunteers offer their own unique services for events such as health fairs, Tree of Life ceremony, and community outreach. 

Bereavement Volunteers are available to provide emotional support to family members after the patient's death.