Wellness Volunteer Opportunities

Whether it is helping to maintain a high quality of life and emotional wellness through personal interactions, providing unbiased information about Medicare options, delivering homebound meals to our clients, or assisting in outreach or advocacy – volunteers are needed to help ensure the health and wellness needs of Snohomish County clients and supplement staff efforts.

Requirements: Initial and ongoing training depending on your program of interest and possible age requirements.

  • Advocacy:
  • Living Well Leaders: Facilitate 6-week workshops on health topics, including diabetes, pain and other chronic conditions. 
  • Meals on Wheels: Drivers assist with weekly deliveries to homebound adults in Snohomish County.
  • Outreach:
  • Senior Peer Counseling: Volunteers 55+ provide one-on-one counseling for adults 60 and older who are struggling with life changes, loss, or other emotional issues. No counseling experience necessary. 40 hours of initial training and monthly meetings.
  • SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors): Trained to help older adults understand their health insurance options, including private, prescription, and government plans. More info
  • Volunteer Drivers: Help those who no longer drive get to their appointments, run errands, and grocery shopping.

Additional information

Volunteer Program



Volunteer application (print) 

Volunteer application (online)

For additional information about volunteer opportunities, including corporate opportunities, please contact Volunteer Manager, Michelle Frye at 425-740-3787 or mfrye@homage.org