Community Living, Inc. is looking for volunteers to be a part of our team! Do you have a couple of hours? We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities to meet your interests. If making a difference while meeting amazing people and having fun is for you, then fill out the form to get started.

Community Living’s Volunteer Program is United Way Certified

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Community Living has met the standards of the United Way Volunteer Center certification for an effective program of training and management of volunteer skills. The program is recognized for its quality and commitment to strengthen the volunteer experience and to enhance the human resources available to all community agencies.

Direct Support Volunteers

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Volunteer2Direct Support volunteers work directly with the people with disabilities in a Community Living program. Examples (not limited to): doing clerical work*, volunteering for the Adult Recreation Services program, assisting Community Living participants on an outing or helping participants while they eat lunch at one of the Support Services for Adults day-habilitation center.Age to volunteer: 17 and upIf you are interested in being a direct support volunteer, fill out the inquiry application below and someone will contact you within two business days.*Volunteers performing clerical work are considered the same as direct support volunteers because they may come in contact with private health information while performing volunteer services.

Non-Direct Support Volunteers

LB10QA15Non-Direct Support volunteers assist Community Living but do not work directly with people with disabilities. Examples (not limited to): washing windows, volunteering for a fundraising event or doing yard work at a Community Living facility.

Age to volunteer: 9 to 99 (elementary and middle school students must have chaperone present). Tasks for children will be age appropriate.

If you are interested in becoming a non-direct support volunteer, fill out the inquiry application below and someone will contact you within two business days.

 Practicums & Interns

Community Living offers supervised field training to qualified intern and practicum students who have an interest in working with people with developmental disabilities for a period of time as determined by the host college or university.

The supervised work-training will afford you the opportunity to acquire practical skills and information relating to the field of developmental disabilities, non-profit management, fundraising, marketing, etc. to test various approaches to assigned tasks, and to consolidate classroom knowledge with practical experiences.

If you are interested in becoming an intern or practicum student for Community Living, fill out the inquiry application below and someone will contact you within two business days.

 Volunteer Inquiry Form

Volunteer Inquiry Form

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