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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AND KEY ACTIVITIES

Administrative, Development, Business, Journalism, Communications, and Management

Volunteers are welcome within our Senior Management, Human Resources, Fiscal, Office Support, Third Party Billing and Contracts, IT, and Development Departments. Responsibilities can be tailored to meet the volunteer’s specific goals and may include projects that utilize the volunteer’s specific skills such as marketing, writing press releases and marketing materials, conducting office support activities such as filing and data entry, streamlining office systems, interviewing clients and writing their stories, providing social media support and development, third party billing, accounting services for a non profit, state contracts, and staff appreciative initiatives.

These programs are looking for volunteers who can commit to working varied hours, from several hours per week to a few hours on a one time basis depending on the project. A car may be needed to conduct volunteer assignments/activities. Desk/office space is available for volunteers. If you would like to volunteer at Family Continuity, you will first need to consent to and have no findings that may eliminate you on a CORI check (Criminal Offense Record Information). All security measures are confidential.

Contact COO, Tamara Lange at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 978-927-9410

Hyannis      

Hyannis Home-Based Team and Mental Health Clinic provides client- and family-centered approaches for home-based support and treatment as well as community based licensed mental health outpatient clinic services serving a generic rural population of children through seniors. Volunteers are part of a large team of master and bachelor level staff and interns providing in office and home based services to individuals and families. Volunteers will be able to help by assisting with group recreational activities i.e. fishing, cooking groups, etc. In addition, volunteers could offer their personal expertise in the form of helping clients with financial planning/budgeting, how to buy healthy food and prepare it on a budget,  teaching music, art, etc., and giving teens possible ways to get exposure to different jobs they may be interested in. Bring your ideas and suggestions. Volunteers are also needed to help support the infrastructure of the program with administrative and other projects such as writing, editing, (assisting with) grant proposals; requesting and/or picking up donations, marketing and helping with fundraising; providing office support i.e. filing, phones, data entry, record storage, spreadsheet updates; doing research; and helping with client related projects such as preparing for group sessions and compiling materials for clients. Volunteers will be able to help with physical plant issues such as painting, small repairs, etc. Individuals interested may be outside human services disciplines, but a commitment to families is encouraged.

This program is looking for volunteers for who can commit to working a set number of hours per week or month. Some evenings may be available. A car may be needed to conduct volunteer assignments/activities. Desk/office space is available for volunteers. There is a mandatory agency safety training. If you would like to volunteer at Family Continuity, you will first need to consent to and have no findings that may eliminate you on a CORI check (Criminal Offense Record Information). All security measures are confidential.

Contact Site Director, Steven Joubert, LMHC, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 508-862-0600

Lawrence

Lawrence Home-Based Team and Mental Health Clinic offers a range of mental health treatment and assessment services, including individual, family, couples and group therapy; therapeutic mentoring; and parent aide. Volunteers are part of a large team of master and bachelor level staff and interns providing in office and home based services to individuals and families.  Volunteers will be able to help in providing office support i.e. filing, phones, data entry, record storage, spreadsheet updates; doing research; and helping with client related projects such as preparing for group sessions and compiling materials for clients. Volunteer can also support the infrastructure of the program with administrative and other projects such as writing, editing, (assisting with) grant proposals; requesting and/or picking up in-kind donations, marketing and helping with fundraising. Volunteers will be able to help with physical plant issues such as painting, small repairs, etc. Individuals interested may be outside human services disciplines, but a commitment to families is encouraged. 

Volunteers may also be needed to help by transporting clients to clinic individual and group meetings, assisting with child care during parent groups; and, depending on area of expertise, co facilitating groups. In addition, volunteers could offer their personal expertise in the form of helping clients with financial planning/budgeting, how to buy healthy food and prepare it on a budget,  teaching music, art, etc., and giving teens possible ways to get exposure to different jobs they may be interested in.  Bring your ideas and suggestions to the first meeting you have with us. 

This program is looking for volunteers for varied commitments such as those who can commit to working a set number of hours per week or month to those who can commit only to a few hours on a one time basis depending on the project.  Some evenings may be available.  A car may be needed to conduct volunteer assignments/activities.  Desk/office space is available for volunteers.  There is mandatory agency safety training.  If you would like to volunteer at Family Continuity, you will first need to consent to and have no findings that may eliminate you on a CORI check (Criminal Offense Record Information). All security measures are confidential.

Contact Jennifer Orlando at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 978-687-1617

Peabody  

Peabody Home-Based Team and Mental Health Clinic offers a range of mental health treatment and assessment services, including individual, family, couples and group therapy; therapeutic mentoring; parent aide; and medication assessment, prescribing, and maintenance. Volunteers are part of a large team of master and bachelor level staff and interns providing in office and home based services to individuals and families. Volunteers will be able to help by transporting clients to clinic individual and group meetings, assisting with child care during parent groups and clinic sessions; and, depending on area of expertise, co facilitating groups. In addition, volunteers could offer their personal expertise in the form of helping clients with financial planning/budgeting, how to buy healthy food and prepare it on a budget,  teaching music, art, etc., and giving teens possible ways to get exposure to different jobs they may be interested in. Bring your ideas and suggestions to the first meeting you have with us. Volunteers are also needed to help support the infrastructure of the program with administrative and other projects such as writing, editing, (assisting with) grant proposals; requesting and/or picking up donations, marketing and helping with fundraising; providing office support i.e. filing, phones, data entry, record storage, spreadsheet updates; doing research; and helping with client related projects such as preparing for group sessions and compiling materials for clients. Volunteers will be able to help with physical plant issues such as painting, small repairs, etc. Individuals interested may be outside human services disciplines, but a commitment to families is encouraged.

This program is looking for volunteers for varied commitments such as those who can commit to working a set number of hours per week or month to those who can commit only to a few hours on a one time basis depending on the project. Some evenings may be available. A car may be needed to conduct volunteer assignments/activities. Desk/office space is available for volunteers. There is a mandatory agency safety training. If you would like to volunteer at Family Continuity, you will first need to consent to and have no findings that may eliminate you on a CORI check (Criminal Offense Record Information). All security measures are confidential.

Contact Jen Orlando, LMHC, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 978-927-9410

Cultural Broker Program offers a unique mental health case management service to refugees in the North Shore area. Volunteers are part of a large team multicultural staff providing home and community based services to adults.  We are always looking for volunteers with different language capacities (Arabic, Nepali, and Somali) as well as those who speak only English.   Volunteers will be able to help by using their networks to assist in finding employment for refugees with work authorization, or by offering their personal expertise in the form of helping clients with financial planning/budgeting, how to buy healthy food and prepare it on a budget, etc.  Bring your ideas and suggestions.  Volunteers are also needed to help support the infrastructure of the program with administrative and other projects such as writing, editing, (assisting with) grant proposals; requesting and/or picking up donations, marketing and helping with fundraising; providing office support i.e. filing, phones, data entry, record storage, spreadsheet updates; doing research; and helping with client related projects such as preparing for group sessions and compiling materials for clients. Volunteers will be able to help with physical plant issues such as painting, small repairs, etc. Individuals interested may be outside human services disciplines, but a commitment to immigrant and refugees is encouraged. 

This program is looking for volunteers for varied commitments such as those who can commit to working a set number of hours per week or month to those who can commit only to a few hours on a one time basis depending on the project.  Some evenings may be available.  A car may be needed to conduct volunteer assignments/activities.  Desk/office space is available for volunteers.  There is a mandatory agency safety training.  If you would like to volunteer at Family Continuity, you will first need to consent to and have no findings that may eliminate you on a CORI check (Criminal Offense Record Information). All security measures are confidential.

Contact Indira Gumbe at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 508-556-5020

Plymouth

Plymouth Home-Based Team and Mental Health Clinic offers a range of mental health treatment and assessment services, including individual, family, couples and group therapy; therapeutic mentoring; parent aide; and medication assessment, prescribing, and maintenance. Volunteers are part of a large team of master and bachelor level staff and interns providing in office and home based services to individuals and families. Volunteers will be able to help by transporting clients to clinic individual and group meetings, assisting with child care during parent groups; and, depending on area of expertise, co facilitating groups. In addition, volunteers could offer their personal expertise in the form of helping clients with financial planning/budgeting, how to buy healthy food and prepare it on a budget,  teaching music, art, etc., and giving teens possible ways to get exposure to different jobs they may be interested in. Bring your ideas and suggestions. Volunteers are also needed to help support the infrastructure of the program with administrative and other projects such as writing, editing, (assisting with) grant proposals; requesting and/or picking up donations, marketing and helping with fundraising; providing office support i.e. filing, phones, data entry, record storage, spreadsheet updates; doing research; and helping with client related projects such as preparing for group sessions and compiling materials for clients. Volunteers will be able to help with physical plant issues such as painting, small repairs, etc. Individuals interested may be outside human services disciplines, but a commitment to families is encouraged.

This program is looking for volunteers for varied commitments such as those who can commit to working a set number of hours per week or month to those who can commit only to a few hours on a one time basis depending on the project. Some evenings may be available. A car may be needed to conduct volunteer assignments/activities. Desk/office space is available for volunteers. There is a mandatory agency safety training. If you would like to volunteer at Family Continuity, you will first need to consent to and have no findings that may eliminate you on a CORI check (Criminal Offense Record Information). All security measures are confidential.

Contact Program Director, Mary Lou Shewchuk, LICSW, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 508-747-6762  

Whitinsville

Whitinsville Home-Based Team offers a range of mental health treatment and assessment services, including individual, family, couples and group therapy; therapeutic mentoring; and parent aide. This program covers a large geography, much of it rural. Volunteers are part of a large team of master and bachelor level staff and interns providing in office and home based services to individuals and families. Volunteers will be able to help by transporting clients to group meetings, offering their personal expertise in the form of helping clients with financial planning/budgeting, how to buy healthy food and prepare it on a budget,  teaching music, art, etc., and giving teens possible ways to get exposure to different jobs they may be interested in. Bring your ideas and suggestions to the first meeting you have with us. Volunteers can help by working at the Family Resource Center, transporting clients to other local programs, assisting people with obtaining other types of services, such as food pantry access, applying for jobs, providing technical along with physical assistance (driving, introducing, walking the client through the process of signing up for other supports, etc.). Volunteers are also needed to help support the infrastructure of the program with administrative and other projects such as writing, editing, (assisting with) grant proposals; requesting and/or picking up donations, marketing and helping with fundraising; providing office support i.e. filing, phones, data entry, record storage, spreadsheet updates; doing research; and helping with client related projects such as preparing for group sessions and compiling materials for clients. Volunteers will be able to help with physical plant issues such as painting, small repairs, etc. Individuals interested may be outside human services disciplines, but a commitment to families is encouraged.

This program is looking for volunteers for varied commitments such as those who can commit to working a set number of hours per week or month to those who can commit only to a few hours on a one time basis depending on the project. Some evenings may be available. A car may be needed to conduct volunteer assignments/activities. Desk/office space is available for volunteers. There is a mandatory agency safety training. If you would like to volunteer at Family Continuity, you will first need to consent to and have no findings that may eliminate you on a CORI check (Criminal Offense Record Information). All security measures are confidential.

Contact Program Director, Laura Bleakney, LMHC, LMFT, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 508-234-4181 Ext 5040

Whitinsville Mental Health Clinic offers a range of mental health treatment and assessment services, including individual, family, couples and group therapy and medication assessment, prescribing, and maintenance. Family Continuity draws from a cluster of semi-rural communities characterized by families who have lived in the Blackstone Valley for several generations in addition to younger families who have relocated to this area due to the proximity to Route 495 technology companies and the Boston, Providence metropolitan area. As such, our clients reflect diversity in socioeconomic and education backgrounds, as well as various religious, cultural, and ethnic factors. Volunteers are part of a large team of master staff and interns providing clinical services to children and families. Volunteers will be able to help by transporting clients to clinic individual and group meetings, assisting with child care during parent groups; and, depending on area of expertise, co facilitating groups. In addition, volunteers could offer their personal expertise in the form of helping clients with financial planning/budgeting, how to buy healthy food and prepare it on a budget,  teaching music, art, etc., and giving teens possible ways to get exposure to different jobs they may be interested in. Volunteers can help by working at the Family Resource Center, transporting clients to other local programs, assisting people with obtaining other types of services, such as food pantry access, applying for jobs, providing technical along with physical assistance (driving, introducing, walking the client through the process of signing up for other supports, etc.). Bring your ideas and suggestions. Volunteers are also needed to help support the infrastructure of the program with administrative and other projects such as writing, editing, (assisting with) grant proposals; requesting and/or picking up donations, marketing and helping with fundraising; providing office support i.e. filing, phones, data entry, record storage, spreadsheet updates; doing research; and helping with client related projects such as preparing for group sessions and compiling materials for clients. Volunteers will be able to help with physical plant issues such as painting, small repairs, etc. Individuals interested may be outside human services disciplines, but a commitment to families is encouraged.

This program is looking for volunteers for varied commitments such as those who can commit to working a set number of hours per week or month to those who can commit only to a few hours on a one time basis depending on the project. Some evenings may be available. A car may be needed to conduct volunteer assignments/activities. Desk/office space is available for volunteers. There is a mandatory agency safety training. If you would like to volunteer at Family Continuity, you will first need to consent to and have no findings that may eliminate you on a CORI check (Criminal Offense Record Information). All security measures are confidential.

Contact Program Director Brendan Bartlett, LMHC, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at 508-234-4181

Testimonials

 

“The services I get are helping so much. I have been looking for years for this. The counselors are fantastic.”

 

“Family Continuity helped my child’s level of anxiety, depression, ability to cope and self expression.”

 

“I have seen my daughter make great strides with social behavior due to the help she has received at Family Continuity.”

 

“I refer all my friends and family here because of the services I’ve been provided. That’s how well I feel about the care here.”

 

 
 

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