Volunteers are essential to Better. Mental. Health!
Let your meeting leader know you are available to help in your own community by:
- Distributing brochures and posters to community bulletin boards, libraries, community centers, Veterans' organizations, etc.
- Helping at local information fairs.
- Participating in demonstration panels at conferences, senior and church groups.
- Becoming an assistant leader, helping with meeting prep, welcoming newcomers, etc.
- Ready to be an Assistant Leader or open a meeting one day?
Find out more about Group Leader Training.
Ready to help with specific projects or committees?
As a volunteer, you may:
- Offer advice on how to best reach an audience such as veterans, teens, or professionals.
- Lend your professional field of expertise to our committees or programs.
- Participate in outreach activities.
If you are interested in participating on a project or committee, please fill out the volunteer form.
Volunteer Code of Ethics
Recovery International’s Code of Ethics and Conduct is designed for employees, volunteers, and board members as a commitment to uphold the highest standards of ethical behavior and practices in all areas of business connected with the organization. It’s built around the recognition that everything we do in connection with our work at Recovery International will be, and should be, measured against the highest possible standards of ethical business conduct.