514 West Fremont Street
Regional Hospice serves a variety of areas including the Lake area, Lebanon, St. Robert, and Hermitage. Volunteers can share companionship through reading a book to a patient, looking at past photos, playing games, going on walks, journaling, providing respite care to family members can be relieved from the constant demands of caring for a loved one, scrapbooking, life history, empathetic listening, and caring. Hospice is a special healthcare program designed to meet the needs of patients and families who are faced with a life-limiting illness. The hospice goals are to assist the patient in living as comfortably and fully as possible. To achieve this goal, the hospice team offers a variety of services to both patients and their families. Volunteers play an important part in this team! Volunteers serve in their community on a schedule that fits their availability. Time commitment is flexible. All volunteers are trained and provided education, along with a back ground check. Volunteers are non-medical and do not provide personal care. Become a volunteer and make a difference in someone's life!