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Activity Specilaist are individuals who offer to demonstrate a skilled activity to other individuals. The Duryea Adult Supportive Housing Program is looking for a creative volunteer to complete art therapy projects with young men in the 18-24 age range to assist in their growth. This opportunity is flexible only requiring 6-13 hours per week.


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


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Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
Supportive Apartment Program (SAP)
A scattered-site apartment program that provides transitional housing for adults with mental illness. The program's philosophy is to provide a normalizing, home-like environment where direct care workers assist residents to work on basic living skills and recovery goals to integrate into the community. The residents participate in a variety of community and program activities such as voluntary services, employment, advisory committees and program activities.

Apartment Treatment Program (ISAP)
Provides permanent housing for adults with mental illness who are able to live independently. Through bimonthly visits, workers support the residents as they develop and maintain their recovery goals. Residents engage in a variety of community activities such as full-time and part-time employment, educational activities, voluntary services and other civic events.
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Activity Specialist (Evenings)- Cedar Knolls House (Bronx)
Activity Specialist- The Jewish Board
 

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Activity Specialists offer you the opportunity to to share a life maintanence skill with young adult participants at The Jewish Board.

The Cedar Knolls House is looking for an engaging volunteer to conduct age appropriate groups, assist youth with obtaining their vital documents (birth certificates, social security cards, NYC & NYS ID'S), attend college tours, and assist with vocational services in the community.

Volunteer hours are flexible Monday-Wednesday 6-13 hours per week.


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Activity Specialist (Mornings)- Cedar Knolls House (Bronx)
Activity Specialist- The Jewish Board
 

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Activity Specialists offer you the opportuntity to demonstrate a skilled activity to other individuals.

The Cedar Knolls House is looking for an energetic volunteer to work with youth ages 15-18, preparing recreational activities, trips, and providing fun and education supporting the LGBTQ population. Volunteer hours are flexible Sunday-Friday, 6-13 hours per week.


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Schedule

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Only 1 Position available!


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Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

(212) 632-4488
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Activity Specialist are idividuals who offer to demonstrate a skilled activity to other individuals.

The Adult Supportive Housing Program is looking for a flexible volunteer that can dedicate 6-13 hours per week in helping to organize activities both in the unit and the community that would be of interest to the young men served.


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
Supportive Apartment Program (SAP)
A scattered-site apartment program that provides transitional housing for adults with mental illness. The program's philosophy is to provide a normalizing, home-like environment where direct care workers assist residents to work on basic living skills and recovery goals to integrate into the community. The residents participate in a variety of community and program activities such as voluntary services, employment, advisory committees and program activities.

Apartment Treatment Program (ISAP)
Provides permanent housing for adults with mental illness who are able to live independently. Through bimonthly visits, workers support the residents as they develop and maintain their recovery goals. Residents engage in a variety of community activities such as full-time and part-time employment, educational activities, voluntary services and other civic events.
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(212) 632-4488
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Description

Activity Specialist are Individuals who offer to demonstrate a skilled activity to other individuals.

The Duryea Adult Supportive Housing Program is looking for an activity specialist to help organize activities both in the unit and the community that would be of interest to the young men served.


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
Supportive Apartment Program (SAP)
A scattered-site apartment program that provides transitional housing for adults with mental illness. The program's philosophy is to provide a normalizing, home-like environment where direct care workers assist residents to work on basic living skills and recovery goals to integrate into the community. The residents participate in a variety of community and program activities such as voluntary services, employment, advisory committees and program activities.

Apartment Treatment Program (ISAP)
Provides permanent housing for adults with mental illness who are able to live independently. Through bimonthly visits, workers support the residents as they develop and maintain their recovery goals. Residents engage in a variety of community activities such as full-time and part-time employment, educational activities, voluntary services and other civic events.
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(212) 632-4488
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Description

Offers recovery-oriented and rehabilitation services for individuals 18 years and older who are living with mental illness. Participants develop personalized recovery plans to realize life role goals and integrate into the community. The program utilizes evidence-based practices, person-centered individual and group services, and optional vocational and clinical services to assist participants in achieving their goals.

Art therapy for clients in the milieu in a day program. Art has been an activity that many clients have benefitted from in the past and have reported has helped them.

*Internship days will be M/T/W

*Internship available to begin in January


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

55 Westchester Square
Bronx NY, 10461




Contact Info

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Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Do you have what it takes to be a positive male role model? To make a direct impact on a young child's (8-13yo) life? Do you enjoy fun outings and activities on the weekends? If so, you may be a great Big Brother/Sister!

Requirements:

-Must be 21 years or older
-Willingness, comfort and ability to travel to and from monthly outings with mentee on public transportation.
-Ability to commit to the preset schedule (set dates) - 1 afternoon per month - for a minimum six (6) months.

**Not limited to women, persons of color and individuals of various faiths that are encouraged to apply.


Requirements

Minimum age: 21


Schedule

Dates: 09/01/2019 - 03/01/2020

Unlimited Positions available!


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Where the Opportunity will occur


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Contact person for opportunity

(212) 632-4488
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Description

A peer-run advocacy program that provides formal and informal family support services to children and their families annually who are experiencing emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges in their home, school or community. Services are individualized and are offered to children and parents of all ages at no cost. The primary goal is to link families to support services that reduce parents'' stress by strengthening relationships between parents/caregivers and children, increasing their ability to make informed decisions, advocating for their children''s needs while navigating the children''s mental health and other child-serving systems, thereby enhancing their child''s ability to live successfully in the community.

*Internship is available to begin in January

*Required days are T/TH/F

*Evenings and weekends are optional if needed


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

1765 South Avenue
Staten Island NY, 10314




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Preventive, community-based services offering counseling and advocacy to families with children at risk of abuse and neglect. Services include individual, group, and family therapy, as well as parenting group and workshops.

*Evenings are required for this internship

*Home visits/field work is required for this internship

*Intern will have a blend of clinical and case management assignments

*2nd year clinical MSW student required

*Internship available beginning in January


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

3360 Shore Parkway
Brooklyn NY, 11235




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Safe & Secure Home is an Adult Residential program that provides personalized assistance to Jewish Board supportive housing residents demonstrating significant difficulty maintaining their apartments in an environmentally safe and healthy manner.

Intern will have a caseload and provide 1:1 counseling and motivational interviewing.

*Internship is available to begin in January

*1st or 2nd year MSW student can be accepted

*Fieldwork/home visits are a critical part of this role

*Willingness to work in apartments that may have clutter, grease/grime and hoarding issues is a must


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

108 Ward's Island
New York NY, 10035




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Description

Transition Center provide emergency shelter for female or male victims of domestic violence and their children. But beyond that, we are there for our clients from the second we meet them over the phone all the way through their move into transitional or more permanent housing.

*Clinical MSW student required

*Internship available to begin in January

*Evening/weekend hours available if needed

*Spanish speaking requested

*Fieldwork/home visits required


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur


Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Kaitlin Luongo
(212) 632-4706
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Office Support- Bay Ridge Counseling Center (Brooklyn)
Office Support - The Jewish Board
 

Description

The Bay Ridge Counseling Center is looking for a flexible volunteer that can dedidate 6-13 hours to provide clerical, data entry, switchboard, filing, scheduling, and more.


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
The Bay Ridge Counseling Center is a licensed outpatient mental health clinic that provides services to all age groups, from young children to adolescents and adults. We offer a full spectrum of services to address the social and emotional well-being of all individuals in a safe and nurturing culturally sensitive environment. With staff fluent in English, Russian, and Spanish, we serve over 650 clients at any one given time.

Treatment is offered in a wide range of therapeutic modalities through short term treatment models and psychiatric care. Therapists are equipped to address mental health needs related to trauma, depression, anxiety, domestic violence, substance abuse, and social isolation as well as other emotional health issues.
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(212) 632-4488
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Description

The Coney Island Counseling Center is looking for a diligent volunteer to provide support with clerical duties such as filing, shredding and organizing file room. Volunteer hours are flexible between 1pm-5pm.

Please complete a volunteer profile and inquire with the volunteer team for more information: volunteer@jbfcs.org


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
The Coney Island Counseling Center helps adults, age 18 and older, struggling with mental illness, emotional and/or social problems. Specialized services include individual, couple, family and group therapy, as well as evaluation, assessment and medication management. Services available in English, Spanish and Russian.
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(212) 632-4488
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Description

The Morris L. Black Counseling Center is looking for a volunteer that can provide clerical, data entry, switchboard, filing, and scheduling support. Saturdays 2pm-5pm


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
The outpatient mental health clinic provides psychiatric services to children and adults. This is only one of two clinics that services children, adolescents and their families on Staten Island. Services include individual, family, couples and group therapy and medication management.

The population served faces challenges and impaired functioning related to diagnosis such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bi-Polar disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety, ADHD, Conduct disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, to highlight a few. Therapists often play a major role in linking children and the families to much needed community resources.
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(212) 632-4488
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Office Support- Neptune Family Services (BK)
Office Support - The Jewish Board
 

Description

Our Office Support volunteers provide clerical, data entry, switchboard, filing, scheduling, etc.

Specific Duties Include: Typing, Copying, Faxing, Filing, Answering the phone.

Morning, Afternoon and Night shifts availabe


Requirements

Minimum age: 18


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur


Brooklyn NY, 11235




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

(212) 632-4488
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Office Support- Neptune Family Services (Brooklyn)
Office Support - The Jewish Board
 

Description

Neptune Family Services is looking for a diligent volunteer to provide assistance with clerical, data entry, switchboard, filing, and scheduling. Hours are flexible 14-20 hours per week Monday-Thursday.

Please complete a volunteer profile and inquire with the volunteer team for more information: volunteer@jbfcs.org


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
Neptune Family Services provides preventive, community-based services offering counseling and advocacy to families with children at risk of abuse and neglect. Services include individual, group, and family therapy, as well as parenting group and workshops.
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(212) 632-4488
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Office Support- Pelham Counseling Center (Bronx)
Office Support - The Jewish Board
 

Description

Individuals that provide clerical, data entry, switchboard, filing, scheduling, etc. The Pelham Clinic is looking for a volunteer who can support clinic staff with scanning charts, and completion of intake paperwork Monday through Friday between the hours of 9am-3pm.


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur

Location Description:
The Pelham Clinic is looking for a volunteer who can support clinic staff with scanning charts, and completion of intake paperwork Monday through Friday between the hours of 9am-3pm.
Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

(212) 632-4488
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Description

Mentors are skilled individuals that provide life skill and career support throughout transitional development. The Duryea Adult Supportive Housing Program is looking for a dynamic volunteer to mentor young men 18-24 who are struggling with with mental illness ans substance use disorders and have been separated from their families often at a young age due to some traumatic event in the past. The volunteer will help them to connect to the community and develop a better sense of self. Volunteer hours are flexible 6-13 hours per week.


Schedule

Ongoing Opportunity

Only 1 Position available!


Location

Where the Opportunity will occur


Brooklyn NY



Location Description:
Supportive Apartment Program (SAP)
A scattered-site apartment program that provides transitional housing for adults with mental illness. The program''s philosophy is to provide a normalizing, home-like environment where direct care workers assist residents to work on basic living skills and recovery goals to integrate into the community. The residents participate in a variety of community and program activities such as voluntary services, employment, advisory committees and program activities.

Apartment Treatment Program (ISAP)
Provides permanent housing for adults with mental illness who are able to live independently. Through bimonthly visits, workers support the residents as they develop and maintain their recovery goals. Residents engage in a variety of community activities such as full-time and part-time employment, educational activities, voluntary services and other civic events.
Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

(212) 632-4488
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