Dept. 3432, 1000 East University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
If you are interested in tutoring or mentoring a young person at Laramie's Cathedral Home for Children, please contact us for more information. Utilizing a relationship based approach to treatment; Cathedral Home for Children is devoted to breaking the cycle of violence, despair, and failure. You might also consider hosting a class or workshop of sorts, that is fitting to your special talents or interests!
CHAP's creative and entertaining team is bringing an informative and fun roadshow on preventative oral health to local children!! If you are interested participating, let Meghan know!
Opportunities to do intake, reception, eligibility assessment and medication filling are available at the Laramie Downtown Clinic every Wednesday evening! LDC serves those who do not have access to health coverage. The clinic stays extremely busy offering a rather rewarding service experience. Volunteers must work for the duration of the school year at least one Wednesday per month.
Share health-related insight and enthusiasm with the future of tomorrow! CHAP volunteers present a 30 minute DVD and puppet show to children in pre-school through 2nd grade! The project teaches young children about the many different healthcare professionals that take care of sick or injured people.
CHAP volunteers deliver groceries to Senior Housing and Regency residents each week.
HIV/AIDS testing/screening/support/counseling, thorough training provided. Also if you have a specific skill you would like to lend to LRH, they have utilized the skill-sets of different volunteers in the past, for administration tasks, marketing materials, etc.
CHAP members enjoyed PBS' Unnatural Causes series last year and learned a lot about health disparities in America. We want to share the film series with the community at large. In partnership with the Laramie Lincoln Community Center we will host monthly viewings and discussions. Volunteers will participate by leading small group discussions with community members following film screenings.
...is an opportunity for CHAP volunteers to provide manicures (and companionship) to Spring Wind Assisted Living Facility residents. Students volunteer Thursday afternoons or as often as their schedules allow.
Sit-ercise involves CHAP volunteers exercising with seniors in a seated position as many participants have limited mobility. Volunteers share laughs and stories while helping the seniors to get moving!
Meet at the Senior Center on Wednesday nights from 6-7 & help residents with their technology issues. TechHelp is designed to help senior citizens learn how to use computers and assist them with all things "techie!" (ie: TVs, cameras, email, facebook, etc.). CHAP member and volunteer leader, Frank, says it's a great time and he would really like a consistent co-leader!
Interested CHAP members will help spread the message of service to local middle-school students. Volunteers will work with students on a one day service project this fall within the local community.
***Contact CHAP coordinator, Meghan Brown at email@example.com or 766.2498 to participate!