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Volunteer - The Life You Change May Be Your Own!

No matter how you choose to give of yourself, we can direct you to a fulfilling volunteer opportunity in your community!



VOLUNTEER OPTIONS


DO UNTO OTHERS - HANDYMAN SERVICES - Are you handy around the house? Do you like to do yard work? The Foundation's community outreach volunteer program, ”DUO" (Do Unto Others) will provide critical yet minor home repairs as well as seasonal yard maintenance for low income seniors or those living with disabilities who are homeowners in Davis County. With assistance from an    Americorps VISTA cost share grant we are able to bring these services to our community. A neighbor's independence depends on you!

HOSPICE and HOMECARE: For the chronic or terminally ill individuals, and their families, who are on hospice or homecare services, and those who need some extra assistance, volunteers will give: respite care, friendly visits and conversation, help with end-of-life projects, and compassionate family support at patients’ homes.

SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES: These volunteers provide friendly visits to patients in skilled nursing facilities who are lonely and/or in need of a kind heart and giving hands to bring some sunshine into their day.

To volunteer for Hospice, Homecare or Skilled Nursing facilities please contact specific Rocky Mountain Care offices, as below:

  Logan                    435-752-2032
 Davis/Weber        801-397-4851
  Salt Lake City       801-397-4904
  Price                      435-637-8070
  St. George             435-673-6699
  Coeur d'Alene       208-765-4343

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The Rocky Mountain Care Foundation is committed to the goal of minimizing barriers that limit healthcare accessibility for individuals without financial or insurance resources. The Foundation offers a charitable care program for patients who qualify for assistance. If funds are available, the Foundation may subsidize the cost of services provided by a healthcare entity in full or at a discount, for underinsured patients with limited financial resources. Financial eligibility is determined by family size, income percentages in relation to the Federal Poverty Guidelines and extenuating circumstances. Healthcare services may include procedures, medications and/or equipment determined to be valuable and/or necessary to meet a patient's medical needs. We have purchased eyeglasses, dentures, hearing aids, grab bars, shower chairs, paid for hospice care, home care, co-payments, deductibles, prescriptions - whatever it takes for those in need to receive essential healthcare services.
Our community outreach volunteer program. "DUO" (Do Unto Others) will provide critical yet minor home repairs as well as seasonal yard maintenance for homeowners in Davis County, that are low income seniors or those living with disabilities. In formal partnerships with Americorps VISTA we will be able to bring these services to our community. It is the goal of "DUO" to help this vulnerable population remain in their homes and independent for as long as possible. Sometimes, a neighbor's independence, depends on you.
We call it “The Good Deeds Challenge” and our goal is to bring the love of community service to elementary age children. Here at the Rocky Mountain Care Foundation we are passionate about service, and really want to instill that passion in kids early on. We want to help teachers do that with their students by bringing the challenge to as many area elementary schools as we can!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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