Looking for Mothers to Help New Moms (North Shore)
Jewish Family & Children's Service
JF&CS's Lauren and Mark Rubin Visiting Moms is looking for volunteers to serve new moms in communities on the North Shore, particularly in the Danvers area.
The program is looking for dedicated, compassionate volunteers to visit with parents of newborns in their home one hour weekly until the baby’s first birthday.
Candidate must be an experienced mom with the flexibility to attend a bi-monthly, two-hour supervision group during weekday morning hours. This position requires approximately 8-10 hours per month.
- Experienced moms whose children are older than 18 months
- Have weekday morning availability
- Have access to a car
- Attend an initial 10-hour training, held as five 2-hour sessions
- Commit to attending twice-monthly 2-hour supervision groups (during weekday morning hours)
- Provide a 1-hour home visit every week for a minimum of one year
- Provide a minimum of two references
- Undergo a CORI check
How to Apply
If you are interested in volunteering as a Rubin Visiting Mom, please fill out this program-specific application form.
About Jewish Family & Children's Service
1430 Main Street, Waltham, MA 02451, US
Jewish Family & Children's Service (JF&CS) cares for individuals and families by providing exceptional human service and health care programs, guided by Jewish traditions of social responsibility, compassion, and respect for all members of the community.
For almost 150 years, Jewish Family & Children's Service has been the safety net for over 30,000 individuals and families in 80 Greater Boston communities. Since its inception, the focus of JF&CS has been to support our friends and neighbors through difficult life transitions and times of personal crisis, offering programs and services for every stage of life.
JF&CS is especially responsive to the needs of vulnerable members of our community: newborns and their parents, individuals with development disabilities or persistent mental illness, families at risk and the frail elderly. What makes our continuum of programs unique is our steadfast dedication to caring not only for the physical and economic health of individuals and families, but also for their emotional and spiritual well-being.
JF&CS is always ready to respond, no matter how difficult the problem and regardless of a person's background or ability to pay.