There are numerous volunteer opportunities at the Faulk Center! Volunteering means assisting the Faulk Center for Counseling to achieve its mission of promoting emotional well-being through a variety of free and low-cost programs.
The Center’s paid staff include licensed clinical professionals and administrative personnel who work closely with the Board of Trustees, clinical group leaders and facilitators, office assistants, psychodramatists and committee members, all of whom volunteer their time.
- Support Group Leaders & Facilitators: See information on Facilitator Training Course under Training Programs.
- Administrative Volunteers: Front desk receptionist or assisting with special projects within the office.
- Public Relations and Fundraising: Increasing awareness and community support of the Center.
- Psychodramatists: The Center’s Psychodramatists perform skits depicting typical life situations and relationship conflicts.
Volunteering is an excellent way to:
- Gain confidence
- Make a difference
- Meet people
- Be part of a community
- Learn new skills
- Take on a challenge
- Have fun!
No matter your skill set, experience, or background, volunteers are needed. Contact the Faulk Center today to learn how you can become a volunteer and begin helping others within your local community.