How You Can Help

We offer two different types of volunteer opportunities.

Patient Support

As a patient support volunteer, you will be working directly with patients and their families, providing companionship, respite, running errands and light housekeeping. Often, you will be there just to hold a hand and listen.


As an administrative volunteer, you can provide valuable organizational support to Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions. Volunteers assist with filing, gardening, baking, helping with special events and mailings, and many more organizational tasks.

How Do I Become a Volunteer?

Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. We provide free volunteer trainings throughout the year. Participants will learn about the end-of-life experience, the grieving process, communication skills, and more.

We are thankful for our volunteers; we could not provide the level of care we do without them. If you're interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out and submit the form below or contact our volunteer coordinator at (307) 577-4832.

Volunteer Training

Volunteer Training

Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions is seeking caring individuals to provide companionship, respite and occasional transportation for those in need.

Our comprehensive training is designed to prepare volunteers for patient care, administrative help and/or bereavement services within the Hospice and Transitions program. Participants will learn about topics such as end-of-life processes, communication skills, boundaries and the history and philosophy of hospice care.

Volunteer training is free and open to anyone 18 years of age and over.  If you'd like more information, pleace call 307-577-4832 or email