In Touch Community Services has been in the mission of promoting mental health in our country since 1980, and this is made possible by the continuous involvement of driven volunteers who share their time and skills, and as importantly, their passion for the cause with each other.
Volunteering at In Touch makes a difference. Over the past years, the community of volunteers is growing and extending its reach, and we would love to share such a fulfilling experience with you. What will you experience when you volunteer at In Touch?
Exciting opportunities to learn from mental health experts
Connection and collaboration with fellow advocates
Support from the In Touch community
A sense of purpose by helping out and giving back to our community.
Recent times need and call for mental health awareness and advocacy, and your participation in our organization as a volunteer will be of great value and worthwhile. Together we can be a driving force for mental health and emotional well-beingin the Philippines. #WellbeingMatters
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. What skills or knowledge do I need to be a volunteer at In Touch?
Any and All! You do not need to be a mental health expert to be an In Touch volunteer. Your passion and desire to contribute and be a mental health advocate is all it takes.
2. What will happen next?
You will be invited to a welcome orientation and then to various mental health trainings. You will also receive invites to projects for volunteering opportunities; otherwise, you will be part of the list of potential volunteers for future opportunities.
3. Will I gain any new skills?
Yes, absolutely. You will be provided with exposure to mental health-related services, as well as to self-care and volunteer development events.
Looking forward to welcoming you, and yes, please don’t hesitate to send your queries our way. You may send an email to email@example.com or call us at (632) 8893-1893 or 0917-863-1136.
In light of the current COVID19 situation, In Touch will be operating in flexible working arrangement as we strive to provide continuing support and care for your mental and emotional well-being in these times of crisis. For everyone's safety, we highly encourage counseling via telephone or web/online video conferencing to limit the risk of exposure. Face-to-face counseling will be managed on a case-to-case basis with your assigned counselor.
For counseling appointment requests, you may call us at (+63 2) 8893-1893 / 0917-863-1136 / 0956-053-4257 or you may use our online booking form below.