Volunteers and Interns



Volunteering your time provides support to the community and makes a difference in someone’s life. It’s also a way to give back or get more involved. As a nonprofit organization we have many volunteer opportunities. Lifeline Connections relies on volunteers to help us accomplish our mission.

If you or your group is interested in volunteer opportunities, submit a cover letter, resume and copy of the volunteer application to Human Resources at recruiting@lifelineconnections.org.

Many of our listings can be found on Volunteer Match! Apply today!

Volunteer Match

Many of our listings can be found on Volunteer Match!

Ways to Get Involved and Volunteer

  • Recovery Resource Center
  • Hairstylist
  • Assist at Lifeline Connections events
  • Provide administrative support
  • Send us your recovery story to share on our blog, website or social media

Since being sober, I’ve had the amazing opportunity to see life through a clear lens.

Alex R. | hope. help. Healing.


Internships are a proven way to gain relevant knowledge, skills and experience while establishing important connections in the field. Internships also go hand in hand with the philosophy of nonprofit work and allow you to give back to your community as well. Individuals are able to better connect with the people we serve and individuals become inspired to go above and beyond in their respective field.

We commonly have openings for the following internships:

  • Substance Use Disorder Clinician
  • Mental Health Clinician
  • Administrative
  • Medical

Volunteer/Intern Benefits


Build connections within our community. Having volunteers from different social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds allows us to better understand the needs of our community.

Career Development

Internships and volunteering provides professional skills development and a jump start to college applications and resume creation.

Physical Health

Those that volunteer regularly have better overall health including greater functional ability and lower risk of heart disease.

Discover New Skills

Volunteers and interns can welcome individuals arriving for treatment; make them comfortable, help with events, medical records, provide pet therapy, fundraising and community outreach programs.

Improved Mental Wellness

When a volunteer does good for others, it provides a natural sense of accomplishment and increases mental wellness.

Explore Career Options

A volunteer or intern opportunity can give you a true day in the life experience of a possible career path.

Ready to be a volunteer?

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