PAWS Handlers & Volunteers
Does your furry friend have a love of kids? The elderly? Do they respond to verbal and hand commands easily? Do they love attention and lots of petting? Then they might have the P.A.W.S. Stuff.
Animals and handlers must meet Delta Society Standards and be able to set aside a set amount of hours per month for activities. Evaluations are by appointment. Call Active Re-Entry at 637-4950 and set up an appointment.
You can also download a copy of our new PAWS Brochure
here and learn more, or go to our PAWS page.Contact:
Kathryn Kilbourne, Active Re-Entry, 10 South Fairgrounds Road, Price, UT 84501, or to firstname.lastname@example.org, 435-637-4950.
Friendly Visitor Program
The Friendly Visitor Program provides visits by screened and trained volunteers to individuals who are homebound, isolated, and in need of companionship. Volunteers offer warmth and friendship and play an important role in helping individuals restore feelings of self worth and dignity. The friendly visitor may also provide information about community resources available to help individuals retain their independence as long as they choose.Services which may be provided:
Visiting and making friendly phone calls
Shopping or other errands
Assisting care recipient with unfinished projects
Assisting with light house work or yard work
Linking individuals with other community services
To volunteer or request a Friendly Visitor, please contact: Kathryn Kilbourne, Friendly Visitor Program Coordinator 435-637-4950