Provide childcare for refugees during appointments

Published

07/05/2018

Time Commitment

A few hours per month

Address

Utah Health & Human Rights
225 S 200 E Ste 250
Salt Lake City
UT
84111
United States

Description

When clients come to us for therapy, several barriers can stand in the way of appointments, including limited access to childcare. You can help those we serve by watching their kids during their sessions.


Generally these appointments last about an hour, though some can take a bit longer. There's no set schedule for this service opportunity - we ask volunteers to help out on an as-needed basis. The time commitment required is about one hour a week.


Volunteers who'd like to provide childcare must pass a background check, sign a confidentiality agreement, have a valid driver's license and be at least 18 years old. We also require our volunteers to attend a training/orientation session.


To begin the signup process for this opportunity, fill out an application here. After you fill out the application, our volunteer coordinator will contact you to schedule an in-person interview. Either before or after the interview, you're required to submit and pay for a $19 background check. If you'd like, you can get the background check done in advance here.


Wondering how else you can volunteer? Take a look at our full list of opportunities here.

Benefits

  • International Volunteers

How To Apply

If you'd like to volunteer with us, fill out an application here.


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