Current Volunteer Information
Volunteers at The Center for Family Safety and Healing are valuable resources. We are grateful for all that you do! The following information contains helpful links and details that you may need as you volunteer.
Volunteer Retraining: Complete your volunteer retraining by following this link to the Volunteer Retraining Form. This training should take less than 30 minutes to complete.
Volunteer Handbook: Find answers and read important details within the Volunteer Handbook.
Flu Vaccine \ TB: Documentation related to flu vaccine or TB testing can be emailed to EmpHealth@nationwidechildrens.org or faxed to (614)355-4142. When sending documentation, please verify that your name is clearly visible and matches what is registered in your ReadySet Volunteer profile.
- Have questions about testing? Please read the TB Testing guidelines.
- For information regarding TB Location and Hours, reference the TB Testing Location and Hours details.
- To protect our patients and staff, all volunteers are required to have a Flu Vaccine annually. The deadline is November 30th.
- All volunteers must be registered in the ReadySet database and complete the 'flu survey' prior to arriving for their flu vaccine or sending in documentation. Registering for ReadySet is completed when you begin volunteering.
- Volunteers can receive a free vacccine through Nationwide Children's Hospital Employee Health Services (EHS). Flu clinic locations and times will be posted.
Tdap (Tetanus, Diptheria, and Pertusis: New in 2017, documentation will be required of receipt of the Tdap Vaccine. For more information about this vaccine and the diseases which are covered, see this CDC fact sheet. More information to follow. Read more about Tdap at https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/tdap.pdf