Would you like to be a part of our community and help out? We’d love to have you! St. Joseph’s has a variety of volunteer opportunities – see which one works for you!
Feel called to do something for us that you don’t see? Simply let us know.
In order to ensure the safety and security of our residents, all volunteer applicants 18 and older must agree to a background check. Your understanding and cooperation are greatly appreciated.
I certify that all of the answers on the application are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I also certify that I have not withheld any pertinent information. I hereby authorize St. Joseph’s Rehabilitation & Residence (SJR) to make an independent investigation of my background, references, character, past employment, education, criminal records for the purpose of confirming the information contained on my application and/or obtaining other information which may be material to my qualifications for volunteering. I authorize employers and references listed above to give you any and all information concerning my ability to work with the elderly and disabled. I further release and hold harmless SJR and all references listed above and any law enforcement agency from all liability and any damages that may result from furnishing this information to you. I agree that SJR will not be responsible for any personal injuries or losses sustained by me while on SJR premises or as a result of any agency sponsored activities. I further agree to indemnify and save harmless SJR from any claims or demands arising out of such injuries or losses.
The COVID-19 outbreak doesn’t diminish the need for donated blood for patients with other urgent and serious conditions, but it is having a severe impact on donations.
MaineHealth is pleased to welcome Susan Ahern as Vice President of Innovation, a new systemwide role responsible for planning and development of the MaineHealth Innovation Center.