How to apply to become a volunteer
After reviewing the Health and Human Services volunteer role openings here, interested candidates may apply by clicking on the link below and your volunteer application will be sent to the HHS volunteer coordinator.
After applying, what is the process to become a volunteer?
After submitting your application, volunteers will be called (usually within two weeks) and may also be invited to an in-person interview with a volunteer coordinator or potential supervisor to see if there is a match.
Before beginning a volunteer position, an onboarding process which takes a minimum of 2-3 hours to complete takes place which includes:
- Paperwork including a contract and oath of confidentiality
- County Compliance and HIPAA trainings (additional trainings may be required too, depending upon the placement)
- In most cases a Livescan (DOJ and FBI background check) will be required but will be provided at no charge to the volunteer. Clearance must be obtained before a placement can be made.
- An orientation which contains an overview of Health and Human Services programs