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What is Healthcare?

Volunteers usually serve in a variety of locations and positions with local health programs. The Maliheh Free Clinic, Welcome Baby, and Meals on Wheels are the organizations currently partnered with Healthcare Y-serve and are accepting student volunteers. Volunteering with these programs offers a great way for students to learn more about healthcare and make a difference through service.

How do I get involved?

Please come in during one of our office hours so we can give you more information! Email questions to healthcare@byu.edu. For specific questions, please contact the program director in charge of the volunteer location (found under "contact us").

Join our contact list for more information and updates to the program: https://forms.gle/6ymmgT32EwqZfFLN8

Volunteer Commitment:

Commitments will differ based on your volunteer location.

Maliheh Free Clinic

Speak another language? Maliheh Free Clinic is looking for volunteers to help serve as medical interpreters or patient aids.
*Volunteers work two 4 hour shifts a month and can do them consecutively.
*The clinic is looking for Spanish speakers.
*After 10 shifts, interpreters can become leaders and trainers.
*Shifts are 8:30am-12:30pm, 12:30pm-4:30pm, and 4:30pm-8:30pm.
To apply, an application can be filled out online https://malihehfreeclinic.org/volunteer/ or volunteers can reach out via email: volunteers@malihehfreeclinic.org

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is a low commitment, easy way to serve by delivering meals to homebound patients. Volunteers must serve a minimum of 1 hr/week and have their own mode of transportation. Hours of operation are from 11am to 1 pm. Sign up at: www.mountainland.org/volunteermow

Welcome Baby

Welcome Baby is looking for volunteers to meet virtually with new mothers to help educate them and provide support during the transition into motherhood. No time commitment is required and volunteering will be done virtually. Volunteers can reach out to Welcome Baby by calling (801) 691-5443 or by texting (801) 921-5485. For more information, please check Welcome Baby's website https://welcomebabyuc.org/

Training:

Please complete this mandatory 20 minute child protection training¬†before you begin working with this program.

Directors

Available by email at healthcare@byu.edu

Bailey Bills, Executive Director

(385) 270-3737
Office Hour: Wed. 3:00-3:30 pm

Spencer Larson

(956) 377-9789

Jack Vincent, Meals on Wheels

(720) 485-1699

Mason Gueller, Maliheh Free Clinic

(720) 771-4115

Elizabeth Boix, Welcome Baby

(561) 843-3861

Gabby Brown, Stats

(801) 970-3104