Volunteer with us

Volunteers are an important part of Pathways, and provide many valuable services to children, young people and families. To become a volunteer you do not need specific skills or experience in child and youth mental health – we look for people who have compassion for those experiencing emotional problems and the time to give to make a difference. We will provide training and make available programs in which you can volunteer. You will be able to make a big difference to the young and the community. In the process you will have the opportunity to share and gain valuable skills and have fun. Volunteering is also good for your health

A report commissioned by Volunteering England and researched by the University of Wales, Lamperter found that: Volunteering has a positive effect on volunteers’ health. It can impact their: longevity, ability to cope with their own ill-health, family relationships, quality of life, social support and interaction, self-esteem and sense of purpose.

Please contact us if you are interested in joining hands with us.

Work with us

As we expand we will need qualified professionals to work with us. If you are a psychologist, social worker or have any experience in mental health please contact us.