In addition to your financial support, there are many ways to get involved as a volunteer to help us. Volunteers help further the mission of our organization.
Family 360 Center, Inc., relies on volunteers to help further the mission of providing outpatient mental health, behavior, and psycho-education services to build healthy children, adults, couples, and families.
As an intern, you will get first-hand experience learning about community counseling and mental health. Our Clinical Director and staff will provide guidance and supervision throughout your internship and responsibilities.
Volunteers must complete a basic orientation session as scheduled before reporting to their first assignment. Additional training may also be required. Volunteers must agree to represent Family 360, perform in a professional manner whenever doing so, and not allow personal views and opinions from clouding (overshadowing) or conflicting with the Family 360’s purpose.
If you are seeking an internship or residency as part of an undergraduate or graduate degree program, please contact us.
Also note that while we cannot guarantee a particular volunteer opportunity or schedule, we will do our best to find a good match for your skills, interest, and desired time commitment.
Listed below is some of the areas we are seeking help with.
- Office Work (Telephone/Filing/Research/etc.);
- Community Outreach;
- Onsite Health Fair/Event Assistance;
- Event Planning;
- And More!
- Client relations and the fundamentals of the intake process
- Office procedure
- Community outreach
- Group therapy, community meeting attendance, and other assigned duties
Volunteers must show a genuine concern for the company. A willingness to work hard and pitch in wherever needed. The ideal volunteer is self-motivated, mature, sensitive, dependable, a team player and reliable.
- Current enrollment in a graduate program from an accredited school
- Experience with technology, office equipment, and online presence
- No criminal history
- Must pass a background check