Greenville County Behavioral Health AmeriCorps State Program

The Greenville County Beahvioral Health (GCBH) AmeriCorps State Program exists to provide direct support and services related to mental health and addiction-related needs in Upstate South Carolina.  The program - sponsored by Mental Health America of Greenville County and United Way of South Carolina through the Corporation for National and Community Services - will allow 40 Corps Members to commit to a year of community service.  Their roles are designed to support individuals living with chronic mental illness and to allow MHAGC's programs--including its 24-7 CRISISline and TEENline programs--to serve more people seeking assistance.

We are currently offering three full-time positions (each requiring 1700 total service hours throughout the year), 27 quarter-time positions (each requiring 450 total service hours throughout the year), and 10 minimum time positions (each requiring 300 total service hours throughout the year) with the following roles:

         One Volunteer Coordinator, full-time (40 hours a week)

         Two Consumer Support Specialists, full-time (40 Hours a week)

         Crisis Intervention Specialists, multiple time commitment options including 7 hours or 10 hoursper week

         TEENs 4 HOPE Members, multiple time commitment options including 7 hours a week or 10 hours (Available to teens 17+, or anyone working within Greenville County schools)

The service term for these position will begin September 1st, 2018 and end July 31st, 2019. Benefits for these positions will include both a living allowance and education award.

To apply to any of these positions, please email volunteer@mhagc.org

 
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