*Note* We are only accepting volunteers we can meet with in-person and outdoors, following social distancing guidelines. So please only show interest if you are close enough to drive to down-town Long Beach, CA for an in-person interview.
As a Remote Support Group Leader with Hope School Mental Health, your primary duties will include:
Planning for, and leading regular, scheduled zoom meetings for a consistent group of people.
Creating a place for people to come alongside one another in this mental health journey.
Organizing activities, discussions and sharing times that can take place in a video-call setting, in order to build up community which can work as a support to those with mental health challenges.
Through connection, compassion and creativity we aim to help the millions around the world who struggle with mental health issues. We aim to provide an arsenal of resources and care that anyone can access. Through our work, we support and respect all those who fight the good fight against mental illness every single day of their lives. On his own personal journey toward wellness, our founder John Lashbrook has dealt with mental health challenges and traveled the world in search of solutions. His life’s work today is to impart the wisdom and resources he’s acquired to anyone in need.
We seek to help support you through 4 different means; Life Coaching, Support Groups, Therapy, and Chaplaincy.
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
October 22, 2020
Verbal / Written Communication
Must be at least 18
2 hours a week
We are only accepting volunteers we can meet with in-person and outdoors, following social distancing guidelines. So you must be close enough to travel to down-town Long Beach, CA for an in-person interview.