Bring your interests, energy, knowledge, and passion to MHAG and be a part of an organization that is dedicated to helping individuals progress in their own recovery, as well as make personal growth. MHAG values and utilizes our volunteers’ personal strengths.
We are always accepting applicants for the Compeer Friends and Connections program:
Compeer, our flagship volunteer program, is a nationally-recognized community-based mental health program that uses the power of volunteer friends and mentors to improve the lives of adults who are striving for good mental health. In Compeer Friends and Connections, volunteers are matched in a one-to-one supportive relationship with individuals who are in recovery with a mental health diagnosis, and commit to spending one hour a week communicating on the phone or engaging in mutual enjoyable activities. Visit our Compeer page to learn more about this program.
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We have limited volunteer needs in the following areas; to inquire about availability please complete a volunteer application and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Student internships are also available:
NOTE: To submit the form, you must first download it to your computer, fill it out and save it to your device, and then send as an email attachment.
Compeer Class/Activity Leader
Our Compeer Classes provide an opportunity for peers to engage in relaxing and enjoyable activities while making social connections in a positive environment where recovery is nurtured. We are always accepting volunteers to develop and lead classes for this program. Examples of Compeer Class topics include Arts and Crafts, Meditation, and Creative Writing. If you’d like to lead a Compeer Class or Activity, please contact us with your proposal. We ask that volunteers be willing to commit to this program for at least 3 â€“ 6 months.
Support Group Speakers, Co-Facilitators
Our support groups are peer-led and are usually co-facilitated by participants of the group on a voluntary basis. We also invite guest speakers to present to our Tuesday Road to Recovery support groups on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.
Fundraiser Event Staff
Throughout the year we run several fundraising events for which we need volunteer staff. Check back here for updates on upcoming events and volunteer needs.
Assist with mailings, copying, filing, and special projects. These volunteers help us us to complete the everyday work that needs to be done to make our programs run smoothly. Office volunteer needs are limited; contact for details.