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Volunteer Peer Facilitator - The Parent Support Network - Marsing, Idaho

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ORGANIZATION: The Youth Mental Health Project

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The Parent Support Network provides parents and caregivers who are concerned about their children’s mental health with an opportunity to find and support each other in a confidential and safe space. Our Peer Facilitators are parents with lived experience raising children with mental health challenges.

We are starting multiple groups, both in person and virtual, in the state of Idaho. We are looking for volunteers who can commit to co-facilitating our peer support groups, either in-person or on our virtual platform, once a month.

Volunteer Requirements:

  • Must be a parent/caregiver with experience raising a child (0-25) with a mental health concern
  • Available to co-facilitate our peer support groups either in person or on our virtual platform once a month
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish, preferred but not required

Volunteer facilitators receive training and ongoing support from the Program Director.

Thank you!


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About The Youth Mental Health Project


8705 COLESVILLE RD, STE B #261, Silver Spring, MD 20910, US

Mission Statement

We educate, empower, and support families and communities to better understand and care for the mental health of our youth.


The Youth Mental Health Project is a group of individuals who believe that:

  • Mental health lies on a continuum and includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
  • A healthy mind is as important to a child’s development as a healthy body.
  • In order to address the devastating consequences of the current mental health crisis, early intervention and prevention must become the norm.

With an emphasis on the mental health of children, teens, and young adults, we believe that educating, supporting, and empowering families and communities to understand and care for the mental health of young people is crucial to the health of a compassionate society.


Children & Youth
Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
Children & Youth, Health & Medicine, People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Marsing, ID 83639



  • Mental Health




  • Three hours a month.
  • ***Must have experience raising a child with a mental health concern.***

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