Improve your mental health in 2016. Studies show that volunteering is linked to reduced depression, lower blood pressure and longer lifespans. 

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 and to provide employment and educational support, housing, and to serve nutritious meals. By being a volunteer, you are helping to make a difference in someone’s life.  For many, Laurel House is their only family. Recovery takes people working together; no one can do it alone. 

You can help support mental health recovery by volunteering at Laurel House. Help is needed in the food service, supported education, and specialized workshop (artists, writers, cooking, Treasure Hunters thrift store) programs.

For a list of Volunteer Job Descriptions download our volunteer brochure.

For information about current volunteer needs, contact our
 External Relations Director, Kristin Morrell.

Our Mission

Laurel House provides resources and opportunities for people living with mental illness to lead fulfilling and productive lives in their communities throughout Fairfield County. 


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