Volunteer Programs

No Veteran Dies Alone Training Videos

We Honor Veterans in partnership with the PsychArmor Institute has completed two videos based on the No Veteran Dies Alone volunteer training units “Introduction to Hospice and Palliative Care” and “Concepts of Death, Dying, and Grief”. The training videos and manual, completed in partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs, is aimed at supporting the training of volunteers who will honor Veterans and meet the needs of those who find themselves alone, for whatever reason, at the end of life.

Introduction to Hospice and Palliative Care

Concepts of Death, Dying, and Grief 

Many community hospice providers have implemented an innovative model for serving Veterans at the end of life - the Veteran-to-Veteran (Vet-to-Vet) Volunteer Program.  The Vet-to-Vet Volunteer Program aims to pair recruited Veteran Volunteers with hospice patients who have been identified as Veterans. Once paired with hospice patients who also have military experience, Veteran Volunteers have the unique ability to relate and connect with Veteran patients and their families. Establishing a Veteran-to-Veteran Volunteer Program is also a criterion for hospices accomplishing We Honor Veterans (WHV) Partner Level Three

We Honor Veterans Resources for Volunteer Programs

Vets-to-Vets Volunteer Program Resources from WHV Partners

Connecticut Association for Home Care and Hospice (CAHCH) 

Hospice of Siouxland

Hospice of Southwest Iowa

Other Volunteer Opportunities
Honor Flight Network – A non-profit organization created solely to honor America's veterans for all their sacrifices by transporting Veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. Learn more about Honor Flight volunteer opportunities