Culturally Responsive Caregiver Support and Dementia Services Program volunteer opportunities
Volunteer for our Culturally Responsive Caregiver Support and Dementia Services Program
Help expand culturally responsive outreach, memory screenings and support to persons facing dementia and their caregivers within the African American, East African and Hmong Communities. In need of volunteers who speak Hmong, Somali and Oromo.
Memory Screening Volunteer
Volunteer will perform memory screenings and blood pressure tests to individuals during Mobile events/Saint Paul Public Housing and/or Minneapolis Public Housing Authority visits.
Aging and Memory Mobile Clinic/SPPH/MPHA Volunteer
Volunteer will market and work on outreach during Mobile Unit events/Saint Paul Public Housing and/or Minneapolis Public Housing Authority visits.
Follow-Up Support Mobile Clinic/SPPH/MPHA Volunteer
Volunteer will call individuals that were served during Mobile Unit events/Saint Paul Public Housing and/or Minneapolis Public Housing Authority visits.
Companion Care Service Respite Volunteer
Volunteer will provide respite to caregivers, by providing informal caregiving to the individual who has dementia during caregiver support group meetings.
Special Events Volunteer
Volunteer will help during special events that Culturally Responsive Caregiver and Dementia Support Services participates in, such as the Alzheimer's Association's Walk to End Alzheimer's.
Volunteer will help fundraise to support activities and supplies to be used with caregivers and care-receivers, during support group meetings and respite.
- CONTACT: Lauren Mau, Volunteer Coordinator
- Phone: 952-945-4060