There are many different volunteer roles available across Hertfordshire. If you would like to know more about the roles and becoming a volunteer with Hertfordshire Mind Network, please click the links below.
I felt that out of all the things I’d done in my life, this (volunteering with HMN) was one of the most important.”
If you are not sure which volunteer role you would like to do, you can still download and complete our general volunteer application form by clicking below:
We are looking for an empathetic and understanding volunteer to support with our Carers Peer Support Service.
We are looking for volunteers who will provide one-to-one support to clients who are leaving our Community Support Service, through our new six-week Step Down service.
Students in their final year of Level 4 Diploma (or equivalent), or qualified counsellors, are welcome to apply for our volunteer counselling placement positions.
We are seeking empathetic and understanding volunteers to support service users experiencing Domestic Abuse.
We are seeking a Volunteer to support with the collection and transportation of items between our Wellbeing Centres.
We are seeking a volunteer to assist with running our Flourish Group in Hemel that supports refugees and asylum seekers.
We are seeking a volunteer to support our Fundraising team in Watford with admin related tasks.
We are seeking a Volunteer to support with upkeep of the gardens at our Wellbeing Centres.
Volunteers will support clients experiencing mental ill health who attend our Wellbeing and Meeting Place groups.
We are looking for volunteers to support locality workers in running community based groups for people living with dementia and their carers.
We are seeking a volunteer to support our Housing team in Ware/Hertford with admin related tasks.
We are seeking Light Touch Volunteers to provide phone support to service users from home.
Volunteers will work evenings/nights to support clients who are feeling distressed and experiencing a crisis.
Providing one to one support to clients within the community assisting them in their recovery from mental health difficulties.
We are seeking Peer Mentors to provide one to one support to carers within the community who are caring for someone with dementia and receiving support as part of The Hertswise Service.