Wasatch Mental Health is a great place to volunteer and make a positive difference in the lives of people in our community. We are proud of our organization and appreciate those who choose to help us out in so many ways.
WMH offers a variety of opportunities to volunteer in many different settings and programs.
Volunteering at WMH:
- In order to volunteer, you must be 18 years of age or older and agree to volunteer for at least 20 hours.
- Per regulation, if you have been convicted of a crime (misdemeanor or felony) since the age of 18, you will not be able to volunteer with Wasatch Mental Health.
- Please look over the list of current volunteer opportunities that are available. If you have interest in any of them, plan to attend one of our Mandatory Volunteer Orientation meetings.
Attend one of our mandatory 1-1/2 hour Volunteer Orientation meetings. Remember to bring an official form of ID with you to the training. We will need to make a copy to be in compliance with State and Federal guidelines.
Volunteer Orientation meetings are scheduled for 1:00 on:
*** Thursday, January 24
Thursday, February 21
Wednesday, March 20
Thursday, April 18
Wednesday, May 15
Thursday, June 13
Wednesday, July 17
Thursday, August 15 canceled
Wednesday, August 28
Thursday, September 19
Wednesday, October 16
Thursday, November 14
Orientation will be held at:
750 N. Freedom Blvd. Suite 300
Provo, UT 84601
Please bring an ID with you.
Plan ahead if you are doing volunteer work as part of a class requirement.
We hope you will find your volunteer experience at WMH to be both rewarding and educational.
The Volunteer Coordinating Team For Wasatch Mental Health
Marilyn Sanders – 801-852-4704 email@example.com.