For more information about volunteering, please contact Deborah Lane, 707-884-9215.
Ralph & Tara Navarro
As an RCMS patient and member of our community, you and your family members have access to a variety of community services designed to provide assistance when needed.
All volunteer services are available to RCMS patients and their families at no charge. However, donations are always appreciated.
To utilize our Volunteer Services, please talk to your medical provider at RCMS. For more information on becoming a volunteer please contact Deborah Lane, 707-884-9215.
Shamli Hospice Volunteers
Coping with a life-threatening or chronic illness or injury can be overwhelming. Fortunately for this community, trained volunteers are available to provide assistance to RCMS patients and their families.
Through our Shamli Hospice, Respite & Bereavement Care program, specially trained volunteers help provide care to those who are seriously or terminally ill. Our volunteers work together with the RCMS medical team to provide around the clock care and support for patients and their families.
RCMS volunteers play an important role in our Shamli Hospice program, providing companionship and a variety of services to those who are living alone, lead isolated lives or have limited mobility. These services include running errands, doing small chores around the house, helping arrange appointments, and taking clients on outings. Specially trained volunteers, RCMS Fitness Friends, also help clients with exercise programs, or take them walking on a regular basis.
For more information on how to become a volunteer call Vicci Marcotte, Shamli Hospice Manager, 707-882-1704 x 121.
Speak to one of our volunteers Mon-Fri from 1-4 PM. 800-395-8984 707-884-4562
Community Resource Connection Community Resources Connection (CRC) is a volunteer organization under the arm of RCMS that provides "neighbor to neighbor" help for seniors, disabled adults, youths and other residents of the Northern California coastal area between the communities of Timber Cove and Manchester.
Staffed by local community members, CRC is a group of concerned volunteers dedicated to providing our residents with transportation, up-to-date information on referrals and services.
Volunteers help to:
Provide transportation ( including a weekly transport to Santa Rosa)