Volunteer with us!

Volunteers are truly at the heart of Pathways, providing support to patients, families, and Pathways staff. Today, more than 150 volunteers work in almost every department of Pathways.

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others ~ Mahatma Gandhi

Learn more about volunteering in this flyer! 

We offer a variety of ways to become involved in clinical and non-clinical roles. Opportunities include:

Direct Patient Care

  • Companionship
  • Caregiver Relief
  • Household Support
  • Complementary Therapies (massage, haircuts, etc.)
  • Pet Therapy
  • Pathways Inpatient Care Center
    (greeter & companionship)

Non-Clinical Support

  • Greeter Desk - Main Office
  • Professional Services -Notary
  • Grief Support
  • Departmental Support
  • Special Events & Outreach


Become A Volunteer


Volunteer Information Center (VIC)


Annual End of Year Quiz
Volunteer Requirements:
  • Must be 18 or older
  • Annual flu shot
  • Must attend 2-day training
  • Must complete 10 hours annual continuing education

Honoring Veteran Volunteers

The We Honor Veterans Volunteer Program at Pathways offers many ways that community members can honor the service of our veterans at the end of life.

  • Veteran Companionship Volunteer: Special training is provided to all volunteers who work directly with veteran patients and families on the unique needs of our military service men and women. Special care is given to assign veteran volunteers to serve veteran patients, as this relationship can create a special bond.
  • Veteran Recognition Team: Pathways wants to ensure that our veterans get the acknowledgement they deserve for their service to our country. Towards this goal, the Recognition Team provides the following: Deliver Veteran Recognition Certificates, pins and service hats to all current veteran patients.
  • Veteran Garden: The Honoring Veterans Garden at Pathways is a contemplative and serene place to come and reflect on the incredible sacrifices of our military service men and women.
  • Veteran Outreach Volunteer: Volunteers help by providing outreach at community veterans events throughout northern Colorado.

More Questions?

Please contact our Volunteer Services Coordinator

Larimer & Weld County