Become
a Volunteer

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The programs and services of NAMI San Francisco are made possible by volunteers.  

Volunteers help in a variety of ways, such as:

  • Presenting to schools, workplaces, churches and other communities to help de-Stigmatize mental health

  • Facilitating support groups

  • Responding to emails and

  • Answering Help Line calls

  • Social media

  • Writing or editing content

  • Event planning

  • Outreach

  • Fundraising

  • And Much More!

If you are interested in any of these opportunities we encourage you to complete our volunteer application below. Please note that our volunteers are always changing and the available roles are constantly changing.

We are most actively recruiting folks to help out with: 
-Web Design

-Social Media

Interested in joining? Complete our volunteer application below and someone will be in touch with you shortly. 

 

Questions? Email simone@namisf.org

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Roopa

"The biggest reason to get involved is self-discovery and recovery. The more a person gets involved with mental health awareness, the more that person finds out about himself through introspection and volunteer efforts. If you’re looking for a way to improve your mental health, the best thing you can do is get involved with an organization like NAMI SF."

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Tamuri

"NAMI SF was the support I needed to get me back on mental and physical track and because of their support, my story no longer controls me, I control it.  They helped me to love myself deliberately, thank you NAMI SF!"

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Brad

"NAMI SF has provided me with a group of peers, and friends that relate to my experience. It has allowed me not only to help others in the community, but in the process help me heal. Speaking to students in classrooms about lived experiences has made a dramatic impact on my life."