At PfP, volunteers are often needed for specific tasks at our Recovery Center Campus, as well as at various fundraising and service projects.
We know how valuable your time is and we want to offer you, your group, company or organization with volunteer opportunities that support our agency and provide education about mental health care and how we provide services to those in need.
To speak with someone involving volunteering opportunities please contact our Development offices at 314.535.2310 or
If you are a social work student interested in an internship or practicum opportunity, please contact our
Thanks again for your interest. We look forward to your call!
At PfP, we are thankful for the help volunteers provide us. We love to hear about their experiences at PfP. We will share some of those stories here.
The Places for People Survivors of Torture program needs volunteers who are available to help the people we serve prepare for the U.S. Citizenship Exam. Exam components include Civics, Reading, and Writing. (No foreign language experience is necessary.) You would be helping survivors of torture from around the world, including: Afghanistan, Bosnia, Burundi, Dem. Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Kosovo, Rwanda and Somalia.
Requirements for Volunteering as a Tutor:• Be at Least 18 years of Age • Commit 1-2 Hours Per Week to Tutoring a Student • Submit volunteer application and necessary forms to H.R. Director Jaime Greenfield. (The application is available on our website at www.placesforpeople.org.) Discuss your volunteering interests with Community Coordinator Julia Day.• Undergo a 1-2 Hour Training Session at Places for People (Which Will Take Place at the Tutor’s Convenience)
Benefits of Volunteering as a Tutor:• Learn About Different Cultures, Religions, and Languages• Assist Future New Americans with the Citizenship Process• Enrich Your Life
For more information:• Contact Katie at
Would you like to learn more about the volunteer opportunities available? Click below to download a general job description.
If you would like to volunteer, but can't find the time during the work week, consider one of these additional ways to help:
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