Is Supported Volunteering Right for Me?
Do you want to learn new skills and increase your confidence, while helping others? Are you looking for ways to transition into employment but need to improve your resume?
As A Supported Volunteer, you will have the chance to do meaningful work and enriching activities with others in your community. REN’s program is tailored to your needs, from fostering greater self-esteem to overcoming employment barriers with marketable skills.
You could have the opportunity to serve in the areas of social services, animal welfare, community centers, shelters, food banks or environmental organizations. You will work closely with a Volunteer Coach in the community for a 12-week period to complete a variety of tasks and achieve key goals
To Become A Supported Volunteer, you must obtain Title 19 & Non-Title 19 services through the Regional Behavioral Health Authority and become a REN Member.
For additional information, contact David Dewey or Anthony Guzman for details.