The HHM Health Greenville Family Medicine Clinic has relocated to 4550 Gus Thomasson Rd. in Mesquite. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. Thank you for being a valued patient of HHM Health.

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Become a Volunteer

Join our dedicated team of volunteers and make a difference in your community. Together, we can create a positive change and leave a lasting impact on the lives of those in need. Please fill out the volunteer form below to get started. If you have questions about the volunteer application process, please contact Hanna Munin at or at (214) 221-0855 ext.2001.

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Through educational, charitable, and service-oriented activities, members will help be ambassadors to share the story of Healing Hands where thousands of families are helped. For questions, contact Hanna Munin at or at (214) 221-0855 ext.2001.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Receptionists will answer the phone, help direct patients to clinics, and guide patients who have questions about enrollment or other areas depending on their needs. They may also be asked to assist with various administrative activities during their shift. Various shifts are available on weekdays from 8 am – 12 pm or 1 pm – 4 pm. A volunteer is welcome to take a shift as frequently as once a week or as infrequently as once every other month, depending on their schedule. Volunteers will be asked to complete an application form, sign a confidentiality and a photo release waiver, and complete a background check before volunteering.  

Volunteers can either staff the café from 9 am to 11 am or drop off baked goods at 9 am to be distributed during the café. Good Day Café occurs on the fourth Thursday of each month (except for November, December, and March because of major holidays). Interested individuals can coordinate with the Development and Volunteer Specialist regarding which months are available and if the individual would like to bring baked goods, facilitate the café, or both.

The class occurs monthly on the first Tuesday from 1 pm to 3 pm. Past courses have taught participants how to use an oven and bake a birthday cake, pizza, and other American dishes. Each class has a translator to communicate with the refugees for the cooking demonstration. Volunteers will help assist the class leader in distributing materials, guiding the participants, and cleaning the work areas.

Volunteers will help set up and register for the Healing Hands Luncheon, which will take place in the spring of 2025. Stay tuned for more details.