• Community & Patient Based Missions

  • Community Based Missions Project CURE Littlteon Volunteers

    Project C.U.R.E

    Project C.U.R.E. is an organization whose mission is to identify, solicit, collect, sort and deliver medical supplies and services according to the imperative needs of the world. Since 1987, the organization has shipped medical supplies to more than 120 countries and regions around the world.  Littleton Adventist Hospital has a mission-minded sorting team, made up of both clinical and non-clinical individuals who meet the first Wednesday of each month from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Visit Project C.U.R.E. for more information or call Maribeth Trujillo at 303-734-8686.

    Adventist Community Services (ACS) Lift

    ACS Lift provides food and clothing for homeless and disadvantaged people in the Denver metro area. Over the years, their services have expanded to include emergency shelter, rental and utility assistance, free well-child checks and health care, senior services and disaster response. Littleton Adventist Hospital operates a ThanksCaring Food Drive each fall in an effort to give non-perishable food items and a monetary donation to support the people currently receiving aid from ACS Lift. In 2010, our hospital collected and donated more than 1,400 non-perishable food items and gave a monetary donation. For more information about this mission opportunity contact the chaplain's office at 303-730-5884.

    Patient Based Missions

    Prayer Shawls/Care Shawls

    Prayer shawls are thoughtfully knitted by our volunteer knitters and then given to our chaplains to distribute. Chaplains use the shawls as healing interventions and opportunities to wrap patients and families in a cocoon of prayer and care. To participate in this mission, contact our prayer shawl coordinator Ginny Altemus or call 303-798-5951. PrayerShawls

    Skype Computer

    We understand that you cannot plan for your emergency trips and overnight stays in the hospital. As part of extending our healing hand to you, we provide patients with a bridge to connect with out-of-town family and friends during your stay with us. Each patient and their families have access to Littleton Adventist Hospital's computer, including a Skype account, webcam and microphone. This way, even if a loved one cannot be with you, they can be near. To utilize this service, page the chaplain on-call at 303-580-0008.

    Patient Care Advocates

    Our volunteers really make a difference. These volunteer advocates are trained in the many non-medical, small things that a patient may need including keeping a room stocked with essential supplies, how to empty a discharged patient room and most importantly, how to have a listening ear. Find out more about our volunteer program .

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