Islington Mind: Volunteering Opportunity - LGBTQ+ Service

Hours:
The project runs on Tuesdays 10:30-16:00 and you will be expected to commit to every Tuesday 10:00 – 17:00 for at least 1 full year
Location:
London borough of Islington
Closing date:
ongoing

About the role

Outcome, the LGBTQ+ service of Islington Mind where LGBTQ+ people experiencing mental distress can interact and socialise in a safe non-judgemental space and access therapies and activities.

 

We are looking to offer a volunteering placement opportunity to a member of the LGBTQ+ community, interested in mental health.

 

You will be part of our specialist LGBTQ+ team and will support our therapeutic drop-in, be responsible for the running of our specialist projects (Freedom from Fear to Love – supporting LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and refugees, United in String – supporting LBT women experiencing domestic violence). 

The project runs on Tuesdays 10:30-16:00 and you will be expected to commit to every Tuesday 10:00 – 17:00 for at least 1 full year.

Volunteering for more than one day is an option.

 

Regular supervision as well as training opportunities will be provided.

 

If you are interested in this placement could you email Sigal Avni send a completed volunteer form with your CV and a letter of interest (indicating why are you interested in this placement) to:

[email protected]

volunteer application form

 

Group Interview Date: TBC

Closing Date: ongoing

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