When you volunteer your time at Adeara, you see firsthand the difference you are making in the lives of women who are working to break the cycle of addiction and heal physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
Whether you can make a short or a long-term commitment of time, we would be happy and grateful to have you join our team of volunteers.
For more information, please contact:
Marissa Ruggles, Volunteer Coordinator
Click here for available volunteer positions
Facilitate a weekly class relative to your skills to enhance our program.
Be the spokesperson at your home church and share with your congregation on behalf of Adeara.
Available to adapt to needs of clients by providing employment internship work and on the job training, assisting women as they move into independent living and recovery. Support new work opportunities, provide guidance for additional career training, and offer feedback and assessment of work, including monthly and quarterly performance review.
Coaching women as they move into independent living and supporting their recovery and sobriety, as well as their development of life skills.
Lead in morning devotionals, take women for walks, lead in worship time, 2-3 mornings per week.
Provide transportation for our residents to and from church, bible studies, and events as required. Must have insurance and complete drivers abstract with our insurance company on file.
Office & Facility Support
Help with office and facility tasks including organizing, posting items, shredding, running errands, food bank and bread runs, reorganizing shelves, closets, and storage areas and general flexible work.
Prepare and participate in our events, engaging in creative projects to enhance our events. Partner with our public relations team and volunteer coordinator. Travel to and from other events as required.
Life Skills Support
Work with an on-staff life skills support worker. Be involved with the residents – provide quality time with a high level of interaction with our residents.
We are seeking doctors, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and psychologists committed to providing therapeutic support for disorders common to those with addictions. Volunteers must have Christian maturity and be able to provide references for previous work in their field.
- Submit a volunteer application form and brief Christian testimony
- Must have a minimum of 2 references
- Must submit a criminal record check (no longer than 6 months prior to be valid)
- Complete an orientation and brief training along with position overview and introductions to staff
- Sign all documentation including confidentiality agreement and release of liability
- Be a mature Christian