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Change the World: Volunteer!

To meet increasing requests for service, Hospice Society of Camrose and District is inviting you to consider sharing your gifts by volunteering.

We are seeking individuals for palliative and grief care, special-event support, and administrative roles. Our exceptional volunteer program provides extensive training and ongoing support.

For more information, check out our volunteer page by clicking on the "I want to Volunteer" button above.

HSCD Resource Library

Located at the HSCD office in the lower level of the Mirror Lake Centre, our resource library is a one-stop shop for topics related to palliative/end-of-life care, grief and bereavement, and caregiver concerns. Browse books, DVD’s, and pamphlets for adults and children.

No registration or fees are involved. Simply fill in the library clipboard with the material title, your name and contact info, and the date borrowed. And no late fees – keep the materials as long as you need them, and return them when you are done.

We Want to Hear From You

Main Office: 780.608.0636
Volunteer Coordinator, Joy LeBlanc: 587.322.9269
Email: camrosehospice@gmail.com
Box 1891, Camrose AB, T4V 1X8

What is Hospice?

Thank you to hospicebasics.com for creating this excellent video explaining the essentials of hospice care.
What is Hospice?

Hospice Volunteer Hours

In February, Hospice volunteers contributed more than
260 hours
to the wellbeing of Camrose and District! 

Hospice has a new office space located at 5415-49 Ave, Camrose.

We are in the lower level of
the Mirror Lake Center.
Access is via the south-side lower-level entrance (facing the lake).

The space is available for program functions,
meetings, and one-on-one consultations.

Stop in for coffee or tea, and chat about how you can change lives through Hospice in east-central Alberta.

Call ahead to be sure we're in:
Bill Harder - 780.608.0636
Joy LeBlanc - 587.322.9269

The goal of NavCare is to improve the quality of life of older rural persons with advanced chronic illness via:
 
  • Navigation services
  • Community partnerships
  • Coordinated access to services and resources
  • Promotion of active engagement of older adults. 

Utilizing trained volunteers, the outcome of NavCare is that navigation services provide individuals with support, education and connection to resources in the community to help improve their quality of life and remain in their communities.

Check out the Nav-CARE video