Mission:The mission of The Douglas Center is to assist adults living with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities in improving their independent living skills and enrichment of their quality of life.
The mission of The Douglas Center’s day program is to provide work programs, developmental training, vocational skills training, and a seniors program to adults living with developmental disabilities and mental health issues in order to help them improve their independent living skills, and enhance and enrich their quality of life.
The Douglas Center has been providing vocational skills training for people with various developmental disabilities for over 13 years. We offer a multitude of volunteer opportunities which include: Vocational Skills Program Aide, Art From the Heart Program Aide, Deli Volunteer, and Thrift Store Volunteer.
Opportunities Available with The Douglas Center
Ongoing Opportunities with The Douglas Center
Volunteers are an important part of The Douglas Center. We continue to be blessed with volunteers who give of their time. Ongoing Volunteer opportunities include but are not limited to:…More
Marketing, Development or Creative Artist volunteer needed
Assist adults w/ developmental disabilities to develop their small business by taking pictures of their merchandise they created (i.e. greeting cards, mosaic art, and jewelry) and updating our online store….More
Direct Care Aide and program support volunteer
We are seeking volunteers to assist adults w/ developmental disabilities in light manufacturing activities, such as: sewing, packaging, shrink-wrapping, labeling, and heat sealing. Provide job coaching and mentorship within a…More
Snack Shop/Customer Service Volunteer needed
We are seeking volunteers to assist adults w/ developmental disabilities in running the participant based deli/snack shop program, which involves teaching clients how to prepare and serve meals, stock shelves…More
Career Mentor – Assist in resume writing, interviewing, etc.
Assist adults w/ developmental disabilities in job readiness training. Coordinate group training programs to teach individuals interviewing skills, developing a resume, and completing applications in paper format or online. Opportunities…More
Clerical and other administrative support
Assist in various administrative duties that include but not limited to: filing, copying, scanning, mailings, creating information folders or packets, special projects, etc. Opportunities available anytime Monday – Friday from…More
Art, Decorating, Crafting, Creative Enthusiasts Wanted
We are seeking volunteers to assist adults w/ developmental disabilities in various art projects, such as creating custom greeting cards, mosaic wall art, and jewelry making. Opportunities available Wednesday and…More
Teach and train adults w/ developmental disabilities to learn the basics of using a computer. Such tasks would include training our individuals on E-Mail, Internet searches, typing, etc. This volunteer…More
Volunteers are an important part of The Douglas Center. We continue to be blessed with volunteers who give of their time, energy and service to the mission of our center and the individuals we serve. If you are interested in working with adults living with disabilities, we would love to have you join our team as a volunteer for this personally rewarding work! We have many volunteer opportunities available.