MHA Volunteer Opportunities

General Volunteer
Made to fit your life and schedule

Getting involved with MHALC can take many forms, such as: serving on the Board of Directors, working with committees throughout the year, supporting us at special events, helping us at the office, or volunteering within a specific program that you have a special interest.

To apply for MHA volunteer opportunities please complete the following application.

MHA Volunteer Application

Compeer Volunteer Friend
Make a new friend

Compeer Lancaster is always accepting volunteers to be matched in one-to-one supportive friendships.

Contact Joe Mills at 717-397-7461 or visit www.CompeerLancaster.org for more information.

Volunteer Support Group Facilitator
Facilitate our Anxiety, Panic and OCD Support Group

If you enjoy leading, listening, supporting others and sharing your own experiences, you can make a lasting impact through becoming a support group facilitator.

Call us at 717-397-7461 or check out this Support Group Facilitator Description for more information on facilitating our group.

Family Peer Support Coach Volunteer
Support families through coaching and support

If you are or have raised a child with a developmental, emotional, behavioral, and/or mental health challenge, you could volunteer to be a role model or mentor to other caregivers.

Call us at 717-397-7461 or check out this Family Peer Support Coach Volunteer Job Description for more information.

Please Reach Out

We Are Listening 24/7

Lancaster Crisis
Intervention
717-394-2631
Contact
Helpline
717-299-4855
Contact
Teenline
717-394-2000
Contact
Teenline
800-273-TALK (8255)
Free Crisis Text Line
Text "MHA" to:
717-741-1234

Policy-Nondiscrimination.  It is the policy of Mental Health America of Lancaster County to not discriminate against any person in the selection and service of employees, vendors, clients, visitors, suppliers, volunteers and anyone doing  business with Mental Health America of Lancaster County on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, handicap, disability, and other legally protected groups.