Volunteering at Wasatch Behavioral Health

Wasatch Behavioral 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.

WBH offers a variety of opportunities to volunteer in many different settings and programs.

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Requirements to Volunteer

  • Must be 18 years of age or older and agree to volunteer for at least 20 hours throughout a set period of time.
  • 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 Behavioral Health

*** Note: Volunteers do not need to submit a drug test, however are agreeing to the rules behind the Drug Free Work Place policy. (i.e. not coming to your volunteer shift impaired). If a volunteer does come impaired, we will terminate the volunteer experience with them. 

Getting Started

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Wasatch Behavioral Health!

TO START VOLUNTEERING:
1. Complete the application. (Electronic signatures are accepted.)
2. Review the Wasatch Behavioral Health policies.
3. Email the completed application to jreese@wasatch.org. Jennie will respond to you and the program coordinator to give permission to begin volunteering.

If you need a Licensed Clinical Social Worker to interview, we have many available. Contact Jennie Reese to set this up. 

Available Programs to Volunteer in

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Wasatch Behavioral Health! We currently have the following programs accepting volunteers:

Volunteers will assist preschool children with Autism to learn communication, social skills, and behavior management.


Program Coordinator: Kaitlin Shell, (801) 226-5437, kshell@wasatch.org 

https://www.wasatch.org/children-youth-and-family-services-ii/giant-steps/

Volunteers will be assisting youth (ages 13-18) with their homework, social skills, and exercising healthy strategies for coping with various struggles. The greatest need is between 3:00- 9:00 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Program Coordinator: Rand Glasscock, (801) 373-2215, rglassco@wasatch.org (email preferred)

https://www.wasatch.org/children-youth-and-family-services-ii/vantage-point/

Volunteers will be assisting youth (ages 13-18) with their homework, social skills, and exercising healthy strategies for coping with various struggles.

Program Coordinator: Cassie Helferich, (801) 367-3270, chelferich@wasatch.org

 

Volunteers will observe and engage clients in the clinic’s waiting area. They will offer conversation and support to willing individuals. Volunteers will notify the Care Team Assistants if clients need additional assistance.


Program Coordinator: Chris Westover, (801) 852-1433, cwestover@wasatch.org


https://www.wasatch.org/provo-westpark-family-clinic/

Volunteers will be assisting youth (ages 5-17) while their families attend classes. Classes are held on Thursdays from 5:30- 8:00 p.m.


Program Coordinator: Gina Zupan, (801) 763-5010, gzupan@wasatch.org


https://www.wasatch.org/children-youth-and-family-services-ii/strengthening-families/

*** Updated May, 2024
If you have any questions, please contact the volunteer coordinator via phone at (801) 852-4704 or email at jreese@wasatch.org

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