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Volunteer

We are so blessed to have amazing volunteers. Some of whom have been with us for more than a decade!  If you are interested in helping us bring better health to Cumberland County residents, please view the list of volunteer opportunities. If you find one of interest, please print and mail in the volunteer form or submit online below.  A team member will be in touch to let you know the upcoming orientation date. 

For those interested in applying for the Board of Directors, please submit a resume to director@betterhealthcc.org for review by the Personnel and Nominating Committee.

 

Volunteer Opportunities Available:

  • Committee member
  • Office volunteer
  • Fundraisers
  • Bulk mailing volunteer
  • Building and outdoor maintenance
  • Spanish translator
  • Board of Directors
  • Tuesday morning Diabetes Clinic volunteer (Tues 8-12 once a month)
  • Thursday evening Diabetes clinic volunteer (Thurs 5-7 once a month)
  • Grays Creek Diabetes Clinic volunteer (Weds 9-12 once a month)
  • Spring Lake Diabetes Clinic volunteer (2nd Weds of the month 9-12)
  • Lead Fayetteville Fit Youth activities

    Lead Fayetteville Fit Youth activities

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I agree to volunteer my services to Better Health of Cumberland County (BHCC); and for and in consideration of BHCC’s acceptance of this support, I hereby for myself and my heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, forever releases, acquits, discharges, and hold harmless Better Health of Cumberland County, and its employees, officers, officials, and agents from any and all claims, causes of action, or demands for personal injury or property damage arising out of the negligence of the employees, officers, officials, and agents of Better Health of Cumberland County for any liability arising out of the services provided by volunteer. Please indicate below whether you agree to this statement.
Patient Privacy is the right of the patient/client to decide what personal health information can be shared with others, how that information can be shared and with whom and the right not to have information about him/her discussed in areas where other people can overhear. Patient confidentiality is a patient/client’s trust that personal health information will only be shared with those who have a need to know in order to provide appropriate care. To help protect patient privacy and confidentiality consider the following: • Think before you speak to another individual about a client and consider the following two questions. 1. Do I/they want to know this information, or do I/they need to know? 2. Do I/they have a right to know this information? • Be aware of whether others can overhear conversations. • If you think that certain information might be confidential, treat it as such. • Treat all clients with respect. • Respect every patient/client’s right to privacy. I promise to hold in confidence all information regarding clients of Better Health. I will not violate the confidential relationships between the programs, their clientele, staff and volunteers. I will not remove from the office any written records or copies thereof. Any written records I may be responsible for producing shall be and remain part of the program files. I accept full responsibility for maintaining the confidential and private nature of all records and information. I further understand that I can discuss cases assigned to me only with my designated supervisor and/or designated administrator. I understand that I am personally responsible and fully liable for any violation of this agreement. Check below to indicate whether you agree to adhere to our privacy expectations outlined above.