Help Hospitalized Veterans strongly supports volunteering for America’s veterans. When you volunteer for veterans you are giving back to those who gave it their all for your freedom. HHV has volunteer opportunities at its Community Based Arts & Crafts Centers located in many communities across the country.
In addition to enabling veterans to receive arts and crafts directly, HHV’s Community Based Arts & Crafts Centers (CBCs) expands services to all veteran and military medical patients across the nation. Many military and veteran patients are released to home-based or other outpatient therapy and rehabilitation programs, and cannot access HHV arts and crafts as they could in the hospital.
The current U.S. locations with a CBC presence are listed below. Please note that phone numbers are for the Craft Care Specialists working at each location.
If you don’t see your city on the list below, send an email to find other ways you can volunteer.
|CALIFORNIA||Chula Vista||(760) 972-8601|
|Loma Linda||(909) 358-0708|
|Grand Junction||(970) 424-0499|
|FLORIDA||Bay Pines||(727) 592-4987|
|IOWA||Des Moines||(515) 441-1495|
|MARYLAND||Perry Point||(443) 517-8503|
|NEW MEXICO||Albuquerque||(505) 225-9758|
|NEW YORK||Bath||(607) 232-1810|
HHV’s goal is to allow all military and veteran patients access to its therapeutic arts and craft kits, to work on at CBC locations or even at home.
You may also volunteer at your local VA medical center, VA outpatient clinic or state veterans home. Visit VA’s Voluntary Service website, or send an email requesting more information about volunteering.
As a volunteer you have the opportunity to give the very best – because you give of yourself.
Watch a short video about volunteering: