Volunteering with MMAP
Did you know that MMAP services are provided by a team that includes volunteers? That is part of what sets MMAP apart from other organizations.
Studies show that some people prefer to receive health care advice from their peers. Volunteers can relate to a client in a more familiar way, spend more time with a client, and reduce bureaucracy. MMAP is part of a network of volunteer-based organizations who help people understand their Medicare benefits.
Get Started with these Next Steps
Heard things that sound good, but want to find out more? Contact MMAP today! One of our coordinators will talk with you, answer any questions you have, and tell you more about the opportunity.
Once you’ve decided to take the plunge, complete the application packet. Once received, MMAP will conduct a background check. The safety of our beneficiaries is important to us. Therefore, we cannot accept licensed insurance professionals, persons convicted of certain crimes, or sanctioned providers as MMAP Team Members.
Welcome and Training
After a successful background check, you will begin your orientation and training for your role. After your training, you will be paired with a mentor to help guide you in your role. Continuing education is offered on an ongoing basis, so you will always feel supported.