Volunteer!

Join the SASHA Family! 

 

We are always searching for skilled and enthusiastic volunteers who believe that individuals with mental illness are valuable, contributing members of our community.

 

SASHA volunteers play a crucial role helping us deliver the programs and services that make a difference! Our amazing volunteers contribute anywhere from 1 – 10 hours a week supporting activities like:

  • Spending time with mental health clients going for walks, having coffee, or engaging in other activities you both enjoy

  • Assisting with planning and participating in group recreation activities

  • Assisting with planning and participation in lunch groups

  • Updating inventories of items in SASHA houses and
    in the SASHA store

  • Shopping for SASHA household needs

  • Coordinating community donations

  • Supporting fundraising activities

  • Leading music appreciation activities

  • Providing pet therapy

  • Providing housekeeping help

 

All SASHA Volunteers are provided with orientation and training.

SASHA is also delighted to partner with the following institutions who provide volunteers for practicum placements and more: 

  • Addictions Counselling

  • Nursing

  • Public health

  • Applied Studies

  • Addictions and Community 
    Services Worker

  • Correction Studies

  • Child and Youth Care

  • Social Worker

To volunteer with SASHA, please complete the form below to help us understand your areas of interest and your time availability. Be sure to tell us about your good communication skills, encouragement for others, and belief in the capacity of individuals with mental illness to reach their potential! You can see our current volunteer opportunities at the link below:

Volunteer Application
Upon review of your information you will also be asked to provide a resume, and a clean Criminal Record Check.
Availability:
Times & Hours Available

SASHA

Quick Links

Southern Alberta Self-Help Association

Transformative Mental Health Support

Phone: 403-942-2263

Registered Charity: 119254944RR0001

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