Lenoir County SHIIP Needs You!
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If you would like to help seniors and people with disabilities in your community who need accurate information about Medicare and other insurance areas, Lenoir County SHIIP needs you!
The North Carolina Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program, or SHIIP, is a flagship program of the Department of Insurance. Recognized as a national model for seniors’ information programs, and know to citizens across the state as a reliable source fo clear and unbiased information about Medicare and other issues, SHIIP has grown to serve all 100 counties of North Carolina with hundreds of volunteers since it began in 1986.
In order to offer this excellent service to Medicare beneficiaries and their families in NC, SHIIP needs dedicated and caring volunteers. Do you have what it takes to join SHIIP’s volunteer force?
What does it take? Volunteer Counselors must meet several requirements before being accepted into SHIIP training. You must: have the ability to get along well with others, have a sensitive and caring attitude, have good written and oral communication skills, have computer skills, not be an active insurance agent and not have an immediate family member who is an insurance agent, have the willingness to learn and the ability to retain information relevant to health insurance provisions and claims processing and not have a criminal background.
If you meet these criteria and are interested in volunteering, give us a call at 252-527-2191 and ask to speak to Ivy Brantley Reid, Lenoir County SHIIP Coordinator.