Without volunteer support, Laurel House could not achieve its mission of recovery. It takes time, money and commitment to provide people with a place to work, learn, and be with others... to provide employment and educational support, housing, and to serve nutritious meals. By being a volunteer, you are helping make a difference in someone’s life. For many, Laurel House is their family. Recovery takes people working together; no one can do it alone.
Here are some of the ways that you can help support Connecticut mental health programs by volunteering at Laurel House.
For a list of Volunteer Job Descriptions click here.
For information about current volunteer needs, contact our Manager, Donor and Volunteer Relations, Michelle Sawyer.
Hire a Laurel House program participant in your business or company. For
more information, contact the Director of Recovery Connections, Wendy
Mentor a participant in the Supported Education Program by becoming a tutor. For more information, contact Gillian
Tanz, Supported Education Manager.