Disease in South Bay
ACT provides counseling, assessments, and mental health services to anyone in need. Current volunteer opportunities include: bookkeeping, grant researchand writing. mental health project coordination, clerical duties, web planning and Implementation, and marketing activities, such as fundraising.
Volunteer to serve in Santa Clara County with possilbility of working from home. Opportunities include helping with events, policy changes, office support, working with survivors, drive patients to their medical appointments and working at their resale shops.
Call for volunteer opportunities in the South Bay area.
Call for volunteer opportunities in the East Bay, South Bay, Peninsula and San Francisco. Opportunities exist in the following areas. Administrative, American Heart Walk, Communications and Health Initiatives.
Most of the clients are low income Asian immigrants and refugees. Current programs include mental health and primary care health services, HIV/AIDS prevention and education, breast cancer education, substance abuse treatment, a center for survivors of torture, a senior center, after school youth programs, English and citizenship classes, and advocacy. Share your time, skills, talents, and abilities to enhance the quality of life in your community. Contact them directly to find out about the many volunteer opportunities available.
There are many volunteer options related to help promote healthy lungs such as helping teenagers quit smoking, coordinating asthma camp activites and organizing events like health fairs.
Friendly visitors program is dedicating one hour per week to visiting one senior living in a long term care facility. These visits help reduce the residents feelings of loneliness and improve the quality of their lives.
Opportunities include (1) Physician Office Visitation Program: make sure CCFA materials are available in physician offices. Requires regular visits to approximately 3 to 4 physician offices. (2) General Clerical Work: light office work, including stuffing envelopes and computer work, can be as needed or on a regular basis. (3) Education: planning seminars, securing speakers for seminars and seminar publicity. (4) Special Events Committee:help to plan and prepare for the variety of special events throughout the year. (5) Support Group Facilitators
The Foundation funds thousands of research studies at hundreds of prominent institutions worldwide and raises awareness of retinal degenerative diseases. Please contact to learn more about volunteering opportunities.
The goal of the Living Center is to promote the optimum health and well being of people living with HIV/AIDS, and to educate the community about the disease. Living Center volunteers are needed to help lead fun as well as informational workshops to clients. Volunteers are needed to teach workshops on any health and wellness topic.
Hearts and Minds Activity Center is the only dementia-specific adult daycare program in Santa Clara County. Caring for loved ones takes a community. Volunteers work with the regular staff during all the activities in which clients are engaged, in both small and large group settings. Volunteers often bring their own talents and interests, like musical performance, to share with our clients.
KP San Jose is a 225 bed hospital staffing over 300 Volunteers. Volunteer services are centered towards customer service and hospitality, complementing the quality of care provided by the staff. Opportunities are available days, evenings, and weekends.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara has a plethora of opportunities to help your community and gain new skills and experiences. Volunteers receive many benefits including healthcare and gift shop discounts. For people over 55 years of age, Kaiser offers mileage reimbursement and auto liability for the drive from your home to the hospital.
This lecture will cover how to distinguish age-related memory loss and dementia as well as risk factors, symptoms for dementia and important resources. This lecture is given by a medical professional with more than 15 years of experience working with dementia patients at Bay Area hospitals.
The Center welcomes volunteers who give their time, patience, talent and support to patients and visitors. Volunteers assist with discharging patients, delivering patient records to physicians, greeting visitors and similar activities.
There are many volunteer opportunties. Get involved in school and youth programs, Light The Night Walk events, Team In Training, general office help, donor development, patient services and family support groups, and advocacy. There are also ways to help with fundraising by helping to plan or promote events, soliciting donations, registering participants at the door, assisting with the set up, clean up and breakdown. Share your expertise in public relations, law, finance, fundraising or event planning.