CPSH Volunteer Leadership Opportunities on Volunteermatch.org

Why volunteer with CPSH? Volunteering with CPSH is a great way to

  • Be engaged with other families and individuals who have the same concerns as you for safe, sustainable housing for a loved one with a disability
  • To participate in finding solutions for housing for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • To stay informed of new projects and opportunities for housing for our adults
  •  To make a real difference in improving the quality of life for the differently-abled adults in our community
  • To share your talent, experience and enthusiasm with others

Volunteers are needed in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Kaufman, Rockwall and Tarrant Counties to create awareness of the need for more housing options in the DFW area and to help families select the right options for their loved ones.  Your participation will have lasting impact on these under-served adults and their families.   Here are some specific ways you can volunteer. Contact:  volunteer@txcpsh.org

  •  Represent CPSH at resource/transition fairs to share information about CPSH projects.
  • Research online learning.
  •  Volunteer to become our Facebook page coordinator or help manage our website.
  • Participate in Grant Plan for CPSH.  Search for Grants to support CPSH projects.  Apply for Grants.  (Experience preferred)
  • Talk about CPSH with your local Special Olympics team parents and caregivers, or  with your parent support group.
  • Lead a Project Independence Co-op with guidance from CPSH.
  • Contact print and social media on behalf of CPSH.
  • Record videos for CPSH (parent experiences)
  • Join the CPSH Tarrant County Team and create more awareness of CPSH in Tarrant County.

 

    Complete Our Volunteer Interest Form

    Thank you so much for your interest in volunteering for CPSH!

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    CPSH is grateful to accept your support. With your help, more housing options for adults living with intellectual/developmental disabilities will be available in North Texas.