Volunteers Needed at Clay County Congregate Care Facilities

Volunteers will be given the option to work in COVID-19 positive units, non-COVID-19 units or both.

CLAY COUNTY, Minn.–Clay County Public Health is looking for volunteers to help in congregate care facilities.

Certain facilities are currently experiencing staffing shortages for licensed RN’s, LPN’s and CNA’s, food services, laundry, housekeeping, one-on-one support and administrative support.

Volunteers will be given the option to work in COVID-19 positive units, non-COVID-19 units or both.

Anyone interested is asked to sign up through Minnesota Responds, a volunteer partnership created to strengthen public health and health care needs.

Minnesota Responds volunteers will receive workman’s compensation and liability, and out of county volunteers will be provided with lodging and food.

While MN Responds is a volunteer program, facilities may provide payment on an individual basis.

Anyone interesting in volunteering can register at mnresponds.org

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