Volunteer Complementary Therapists

  • VO56103


Description

ADA-Alcohol & Drugs Action have opportunities for Volunteer Complementary Therapists to support people who require this service in their recovery journey.

We are looking for volunteers to enhance the skills and experience of our staff so that we can offer a wider range of Complementary Therapies to our service users. We welcome applicants with the relevant qualifications and experience in any therapy and are looking for this type of volunteering at DA. The specific project ‘REFRESH’, at the moment will run on a Sunday between 1-5pm , but other opportunities are available.

For further information regarding this opportunity, please download a Volunteer application pack from the web site www.drugsaction.co.uk or send an e-mail to volunteering@drugsaction.co.uk headed Volunteer Complementary Therapists or contact:
Anne McAlister (Volunteer Co-ordinator)
T: 01224 577120 / F-mail: amcalister@alcoholanddrugsaction.org.uk
Web: www.drugsaction.co.uk

As well as Volunteer Complementary Therapists we also have a range of other volunteer opportunities such as Volunteer Buddies, Creative Group Volunteers, Mini Bus Driver, Volunteer Gardener and Volunteer Music Group Assistant.

Organisation aims and objectives

ADA provides a range of drug and alcohol services . The overall aim of ADA is to reduce the harm associated with drug and alcohol use to the individual, the family and the community and to support community based recovery. Interventions range from advice and information regarding 'safer' drug/alcohol use through to intensive work . A range of services is also available to family members from information and advice through to intensive one to one counselling.

Restrictions

Experience required: Commitment to the aims of DA-Drugs Action.
Travel details: Aberdeen City
Minimum age: 18

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Public transport of all day ticket will be reimbursed upon production of valid ticket for the day of volunteering.
Training details: Good support and relevant training is provided to all volunteers. Includes two hour Induction course, on-going support and supervision.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 9 days ago

Please note, organisations are currently experiencing a large volume of enquiries from people looking to help out. They may not always be able to meet this demand so please be patient, you may not receive a quick response or be assigned to a role.