Women's Health Speaker Volunteer Needed
Volunteers of America Oregon
Are you knowledgeable about HIV, Hepatitis C and related topics around infectious diseases? Would you like to speak with our women in recovery about these health issues?
We are looking for a speaker to come inform our women in recovery about these critical health concerns. Our need is for a speaker once per month, on the 1st or 3rd Wednesday, from 9:35-10:50.
- Comfortable with public speaking
- Strong skills with facilitating
- Empathetic and supportive of clients as they share their vulnerability
- Strong interpersonal skills
200 SE 7th, Portland OR 97214
The Women’s Residential Center is a substance use disorder treatment center serving adult women who are involved in the corrections system. We provide holistic, trauma-informed, evidence-based inpatient treatment, continuing care services, and transitional housing to women who are experiencing substance use/mental health issues and a variety of serious and unique life challenges.
From at-risk youth to victims of domestic violence, recovering addicts and seniors, Volunteers of America Oregon provides a range of supportive and empowering services to our area's most vulnerable populations - and works with them to rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.
Today, through the dedication of more than 300 staff members and 600 volunteers, we help thousands of families in the greater Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington areas. We serve men, women, and children with a continuum of services, touching individuals from all walks of life, from the youngest to the oldest.
About Volunteers of America Oregon
3910 SE Stark Street, Portland, OR 97214, US
Our Vision Volunteers of America Oregon is a leader in creating vibrant, compassionate communities where every member is valued, every home is safe and every life is self-determined. Our Mission Volunteers of America Oregon changes lives by promoting self-determination, building strong communities and standing for social justice. Our Values High quality of service to our community. Ethical communications, Diversity, inclusiveness and equality, Partnership/collaborations and innovative solutions, Compassion and acceptance.
Since 1896, Volunteers of America Oregon has worked to change lives by promoting self-determination and building strong communities. Today, through the dedication of over 300 staff members and more than 1000 volunteers, we help thousands of families in the greater Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington areas. We serve men, woman and children with a continuum of services, touching individuals from all walks of life, from the youngest to the oldest.