Volunteer at DEC

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VOLUNTEER WITH US

Volunteering your time with children and adults with developmental disabilities is an experience like no other. Where else can you create deep, lasting bonds with individuals and families, while empowering them to reach new levels of respect, self-determination, empowerment, and self-advocacy?

DEC has unique opportunities for people to offer their time and experience to help our clients.

THIS WILL CHANGE YOU

In teaching life skills, developing goals, and encouraging clients and families, you’ll start to see your own friends, family, neighbors, and community in a new light. As a client works through a setback, you’ll see amazing examples of strength and commitment. This is an incredibly rewarding experience to see the effect your effort has on the people we serve. You’ll find your own senses of respect, empowerment, and advocacy grow in proportion to your commitment to serve.

Volunteer opportunities

Volunteers are an essential component to the services DEC can provide. Everyone has something to offer. Some of our volunteer opportunities have age or certification requirements, but we work diligently with our volunteers to ensure that each person is in the best position to use their time and talents. Working to support our developmentally disabled clients is challenging and rewarding. Please call us today to find out how you can tap into this meaningful way to give back to your community.

Supporting our developmentally disabled clients is challenging and rewarding. Please call us today at 602-993-5153 to find out how you can tap into this meaningful way to give back to your community.

WE LOVE OUR VOLUNTEERS

  • Supportive & meaningful way to give back to the community
  • Make a difference in the disabled community
  • Share your knowledge & talents
  • Orientation & training provided, as necessary
  • Background check & fingerprint clearance required
  • So many ways to help:  Program volunteers, trip volunteers, business partners