NAMI Hancock County offers a community of understanding and acceptance through education, support, and advocacy. Our ability to provide such services would not be possible without our diverse and talented pool of grassroot volunteers. All our volunteers are committed to the overall mission to promote mental health and have some personal experience with mental illness either as an individual, family member, friend, or a concerned citizen.
If mental health is important to you and you are passionate about helping your community, please consider becoming a volunteer today!
What do volunteers help with?
As a volunteer, there are an abundance of various tasks you can get involved in. Here are some common ways volunteers help:
Facilitate classes or support groups
Resource table at community events
Child care for programs
Serve on committee
Thank you for submitting your application!
How do I become a volunteer?
Complete and submit a volunteer application today! You can now click the link above to complete the application online. Simply fill in the boxes on the form, save to your computer, and upload using the submit button. You can also print the form and mail it to us at 305 W Hardin St., Findlay, OH 45840. After reviewing and approving your application, we will contact you with further information and forms. If you have questions about the application process or the status of your application, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are there any requirements to become a volunteer?
For programs involving children, we require volunteers to be at least 18 years of age and must complete a reimbursable background check. Some programs may require volunteers to attend training provided by NAMI. All training and transportation costs are covered by NAMI.