Give Back and Volunteer for Recovery at Project WisHope

At Project WisHope, our volunteers are the foundation of our programs and day-to-day operations. Since our services are primarily developed and run by volunteers whose lives have been touched by substance use disorders in one way or another, volunteers are vital to our success and mission. Project WisHope volunteers are primarily interested in giving back, enhancing their life skills and connecting with members of the recovery community.

Our volunteers are a very important part of our team and are included in our community discussion on what’s working and what isn’t, how to improve our programs and services, and how to further integrate recovery into treatment plans. Volunteers also share ideas for improvement through regular meetings and participation in focus groups.


Why Volunteer for Project WisHope?

Work off community service hours in a healthy, supportive environment

Help others in recovery

Become empowered in your own recovery

Participate in fun events such as Recovery Day and Rally for Recovery

Help create and facilitate new ideas for recovery activities

Become a leader in the recovery community

Volunteer side by side with your peers

Gain valuable customer service and office skills

Enhance your resume

Volunteer Opportunities:

Want to enhance your recovery while supporting others and building positive social networks? If so, sign up to volunteer today by completing our online volunteer form. 

Take the next step today

Online Volunteer Form

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    How do you primarily choose to identify with the Recovery Community? (click one)*

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    During which days are you available for volunteer assignments?*


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    By submitting this application, I affirm that the facts set forth in it are true and complete. I understand that if I am accepted as a volunteer with Project WisHope any false statements, omissions, or other misrepresentations made by me on this application may result in my immediate dismissal. Background checks may occur for volunteers.