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Ways to volunteer

Volunteering with Rochdale and District Mind

Rochdale and District Mind are always looking for volunteers to help.

Volunteers are provided with induction, safeguarding, ASIST and Mental Health First Aid training and support through their volunteering activities.  If you have a skill that might be useful, and time to spare, please contact us – see below for full details.

<< Click Here to Download our latest Volunteer Application Form  >>

                           

We currently have the following volunteering opportunities within the organisation.  

BAME Women’s Wellbeing Group – Rochdale

A facilitator is required to help facilitate the BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) Women’s Group, language skills required.  For further information please e-mail [email protected]

Get Active 4 Life Sport Connectors (10 Required)

We need 10 x ‘Sport Connectors’ for our new project ‘Get Active 4 Life’ to support people to becoming, and staying active.  For further information, please e-mail [email protected] 

Women’s Wellbeing Group – Rochdale

A facilitator is required to help facilitate the group.  For further information please e-mail [email protected]

Anxiety and Depression Support Group – Rochdale

A facilitator is required to help facilitate the group.  For further information please e-mail [email protected]

Anxiety Support Group – Rochdale

A facilitator is required to help run the group. For further information about the role, please e-mail [email protected]

Dementia Support – Rochdale

A volunteer is required to help run a day service for the BAME group . For further information about the role, please click here.

Become a Volunteer Counsellor

Mind provide placement opportunities to student counsellors who are looking for practical experience of working with clients as part of their training.

We also offer volunteering opportunities to qualified volunteer counsellors who wish to gain additional valuable experience of working with service-users experiencing a broad range of mental health issues.

Our BACP accredited service is seen as a centre of excellence and best practice for placement experience by a multitude of training providers as the service continues to demonstrate a high degree of professionalism and a firm commitment to ethical practice.

Click here for Qualified Counsellor Application Form

Click here for Student Counsellor Application Form

If you are interested in any of the roles above, please see further details on how to apply or e-mail [email protected]

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