You have the power to be the hero behind our high-quality care.
Temporary and Permanent
We’re fast-tracking the onboarding process to quickly allow frontline and essential workers to help with the COVID-19 surge.
RNs, LPNs, and CNAs are needed to cover shifts in various locations. Hazard pay is offered and will be provided based on work assignment.
Direct care staff are needed to cover shifts in various locations. Hazard pay is offered and will be provided based on work assignment.
Environmental, Kitchen, and Laundry staff are needed to cover shifts in various locations. Hazard pay is offered and will be provided based on work assignment.
Please be a part of safeguarding our loved ones and community.
PPE and equipment are needed to protect and support our staff and residents. Masks, face shields, gowns, gloves, etc. are needed to ensure staff and resident safety.
Gift certificates to local eateries and monetary gifts are needed most, so that facilities can make purchases as the need arises, as well as providing meals for staff families who are sacrificing at home while their parents work double and triple shifts. Thank you!
Volunteer services are vital to support essential frontline workers, residents, and their families.
If you have time or a service to offer but don’t see a need listed above, please let us know and a member of our team can contact you directly when your service or time is needed.
Please also consider:
For people in the North Country, United Helpers delivers the specialized medical, physical and emotional support they need to be fully connected to life. We have been caring for our neighbors in St. Lawrence County for more than 120 years, and no other provider comes close to the reach of our network, the breadth of our services or the depth of our commitment.
Messages from our North Country community neighbors, friends, and family members.