How to volunteer for Dorset Mind
To join our movement, just click on the vacancy you’re interested in below and you will find the full role description, an application form to complete along with a monitoring form.
Once you have completed these 2 forms, please email them to email@example.com – if required, please send us your CV too.
Don’t forget, in return for us investing in you and your training, we ask for at least 6 months commitment.
We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to our growing team of volunteers!
Main purpose: To let people know about the work of Dorset Mind across Dorset (including: support services, training, education, partnership and volunteering opportunities). In addition, this will incl...
Main purpose: To carry out a range of administrative and coordination work to support the Adult Recovery Service team. Responsibilities will include replying to inquiries on the departmental mailbox, ...
Main Purpose: To welcome and engage with participants attending groups (particularly new members) and assisting them with completing registration forms and feedback paperwork. The role also involves s...
Main Purpose: To become part of a successful and growing team of volunteers who befriend individuals who are experiencing mental health problems with a view to: Creating a valued relationship Helping ...
Main Purpose: To support The GAP Project- which provides a safe, welcoming non-judgemental wellbeing ecotherapy service. The service aims to support people to develop positive mental health through me...
Volunteer as a Befriender
Becoming a Volunteer Befriender takes a certain kind of individual! We are looking for both Telephone and Face-to-face Befrienders, who will operate within government guidelines.
We ask for a reliable commitment of a minimum of 6 months, as we take matching our participants with befriending volunteers very seriously.
It’s a hugely important and personable role. The professional friendship that can develop can quite literally save a life, it really is life-changing.
An ideal befriending volunteer will have a reasonable knowledge of mental health, be empathic and compassionate, non-judgemental and also be dedicated. We find that people who are looking to make a significant difference to someone’s life are the perfect fit.
To find out more, please follow this link.