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Clerical Assistance for Outpatient Clinics of Community Care Services Health Older Adults

Volunteer Opportunity Details:

Last updated on November 19, 2013

Community Care Services offers a comprehensive range of mental health and behavioral health care services including intensive substance abuse services; evaluations for individual and families in the areas of parenting, substance abuse, and trauma; psychopharmacological evaluation & management as well as psychological testing. Services are also provided in the home and/or at school.

The clinic is a very busy environment. The information that the department handles on a daily basis is personal and private. Confidentiality is a must in this department and is taken very seriously.

General Duties and Responsibilities:
• Dress appropriately and be punctual.
• Notify your supervisor if you are unable to keep your schedule.
• Keep a record of your service hours on the posted form in the clinic.

Specific Responsibilities:

You can choose to participate in a variety of activities, including:
• Filing, faxing, tracking information (if applicable)
• Photocopying, organizing, assembling packets (if applicable)
• Shredding paper files as needed (if applicable)

Because you have chosen to volunteer at one of Community Care Services’ programs, we recognize that you are a generous and caring person. We appreciate your contributions; and our staff is committed to providing excellent supervision and support for you. We sincerely feel that volunteers are members of our team; and we hope that you feel as we do.


Volunteers will work at Community Care Services’ Outpatient Clinic location:

140 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 02703 508-222-7525, Ext. 255

Contact: Pacey Murphy, Office Manager

Community Care Services is a non-profit 501(c)(3) human services agency. Our mission is to provide the highest quality counseling, prevention, behavioral health, education, mediation, advocacy, community living and elderly services to all of our clients in a safe and caring environment in order to maximize the potential in all of us. The agency offers over 30 diverse programs throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and parts of Rhode Island, serving over 7,500 individuals each year. Please visit our website at

• There are no formal education requirements for volunteers.
• Office and business skills a must.
• Microsoft office skills are very helpful, but not required.
• Ability to be pro-active and reliable.
• Ability to bend and move with ease.
• Ability to promote a caring and respectful attitude toward service recipients, staff and other volunteers, respecting privacy and confidentiality.

For confidentiality, individuals and their families who have received services at either of our Outpatient Clinics are ineligible to volunteer.

All long-term volunteers (performing a total of more than 20 hours of service) at Community Care Services complete an intake and orientation that includes Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) clearance, reference check, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, information on Community Care Services’ mission, as well as our Outpatient Clinics' place in that mission, including its philosophy, goals and general policies. The OSHA training is repeated annually. Volunteers are encouraged to attend additional training, including First Aid and CPR, This training is our gift to you.

This opportunity is sponsored by: Justice Resource Institute

This volunteer opportunity is available to the following types of volunteers
Older Adults  Young Adults (18-25)
Adults (26-54)
We need volunteers who are free at these times
Frequency Available
This volunteer opportunity addresses the following social interests
Nonprofit Management  Technology
We are looking for volunteers with the following skills
Computer / Internet Services  Writing / Editing
General Office / Admin

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Contact Person:
Heather DePalma, Program Director, (phone), (email)
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 140 Park Street
Attleboro, MA 02703
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   Nearest Metro/Subway Stop: Gatra,
  Walk distance (in minutes): 10

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Last updated on November 19, 2013

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