Ruth Rothman, MD: Dermatology
Anne Thompson, RN
Linda Klieman, NP & Certified Diabetic Counselor
Christina Litsakos, Clinic Assistant
Eliza Warde, MFT: Psychotherapy
No matter how much or how little time you have to give, there are countless ways to volunteer and experience the deep satisfaction of making a difference in your community. Volunteers enable us to leverage our resources in fulfilling our commitment to servicing those at risk of being homeless by giving greater access to health care for those who are truly in need.
Our volunteers are indispensable. These dedicated community members come from all walks of life to donate many of hours of their time in virtually every department of the clinic, which extends the capacity for our paid staff.
Some volunteer two or three days per week, while others come in one afternoon. All levels of commitment are greatly appreciated as you will help us to provide lifesaving services and meaningful programs. Please consider volunteering with our organization and help us continue to carry out our mission. You can read about the different volunteer positions. All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and the positions require a commitment of a minimum of one shift (3-4 hours) per week for one year.
To become a volunteer, simply complete an Online Volunteer Application
. If you need an application sent my mail or fax, contact Volunteer Services, at 650-853-0321 or email@example.com
Once your application is received, you will be invited to attend the next available New Volunteer Orientation. Please allow up to 30 days to receive an invitation to an orientation. Space is limited so please RSVP to the invitation.