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Volunteer with Bay Aging’s SMP program

Bay Aging’s SMP program relies on the help of volunteers as we empower seniors to prevent healthcare fraud. Thanks for your interest! Take a look at the list below to see the different ways you can help. A commitment of one day of training would be required.

Community Advocate:

  • Set-up SMP project booth/table at fairs, health expos, etc.
  • Staff the booth to hand out brochures and answer basic questions about the project.
  • Report opportunities for such booths/tables to the Volunteer Coordinator
  • Submit monthly report of time to the Volunteer Coordinator

Community Coordinator:

  • Trained volunteer who could provide presentations (up to 45 minutes) at local gatherings such as clubs, caregiver support groups, groups of retirees, etc.
  • Training and materials would be provided
  • Annual update training would be required
  • Report opportunities for Outreach to the Volunteer Coordinator
  • Submit monthly report of time to the Volunteer Coordinator

Community Educator:

  • Trained volunteer who could assist the Project Director with trainings and presentations
  • Trained volunteer who could do the presentations alone
  • Training and materials would be provided
  • Annual update training would be required
  • Report opportunities for Trainings and Presentations to the Volunteer Coordinator
  • Submit monthly report of time to the Volunteer Coordinator

Find out more!   Bay Aging’s SMP program is as strong as its volunteers, who can choose exactly how much they volunteer.

For more information contact Lisa Walker, Bay Aging, 804-758-2386 ext. 1234.

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