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Become a volunteer at the Dual Diagnosis Hub & help us to increase our reach and help more dually diagnosed people to develop healthy addiction-free lifestyles.
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Volunteer with Purpose at Dual Diagnosis Hub CIC

Dear Friends,

At Dual Diagnosis Hub CIC, we’re on a mission to create a world where individuals with dual diagnosis are understood, supported, and empowered. As one of the Directors, I’m reaching out to you – whether you’re living with a dual diagnosis, are a carer or family member, or a professional with a passion for helping more dually diagnosed people to develop more healthy & contented addiction-free lives – to join us in this journey.

Volunteering with us isn’t just about giving your time; it’s about making a real difference in the lives of those who walk a path similar to yours. It’s about using your unique experiences to bring about change and support. Here’s what you can gain from being part of our team:

  1. Gain Work Experience & Recent Work History: Enhance your CV with valuable experience that shows your commitment and skills.

  2. Access to Free Online Training: We provide training opportunities to help you grow and succeed in your role.

  3. Utilise Your Lived Experience: Your journey is powerful. Share it to inspire and help others.

  4. Flexible Volunteering: Your time is precious. Volunteer on your terms, at times that suit you.

  5. Work within a Supportive Team & Environment: Join a team that understands and values your contribution.

  6. Receive a Reference from Us: We’re here to support your future career goals with a reference.

  7. Opportunity to Make a Tangible Difference: See the direct impact of your work in the community.

  8. Remote Volunteering Opportunities: Volunteer from anywhere, making it easier for you to be involved.

  9. Ability to Influence Site Content & Features: Your ideas matter. Help shape our services and resources.

We’re not just looking for volunteers; we’re looking for champions, advocates, and friends. We understand the challenges and triumphs of living with a dual diagnosis, and we believe that together, we can create a space that truly resonates with and supports our community.

So, if you’re interested in trying to make a difference, learn, grow, and be part of a team that cares deeply about what they do, we’d love to hear from you. Join us in making Dual Diagnosis Hub CIC a beacon of hope and support.

Ready to start your volunteering journey? Reach out to us at admin@www.dualdiagnosis.org.uk or complete the form below.

Warm regards,

Jon Caldbeck

Director, Dual Diagnosis Hub CIC

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Benefits of Volunteering:

Some of the many benefits of volunteering for the Dual Diagnosis Dual Diagnosis Hub CIC are listed below:

Access to:
Free Online Training

Gain Work Experience & Recent Work History

Utilise Your Lived Experience

Work within a Supportive Team & Environment

Flexible Volunteering
Work the Hours You Want, When You Want

Utilise Your Lived Experience

Receive a Reference from us to Help You with Future Employment

Remote Volunteering Opportunities:
Volunteer from Anywhere

Opportunity to Make a Tangible Difference

Volunteering Opportunities Available for:

Some of the many benefits of volunteering for the Dual Diagnosis Dual Diagnosis Hub CIC are listed below:

Dually Diagnosed People

Carers & Family Members

Professionals

Anyone Interested in Dual Diagnosis

Got professional skills and want to donate some of your spare time to help us?

Some of the many benefits of volunteering for the Dual Diagnosis Dual Diagnosis Hub CIC are listed below:

Accountants

We need motivated people who would like to contribute to our work by helping us with accounting or any other business-related jobs. Get in touch if you'd like to help us.

Digital Marketers

We want to reach the maximum number of people with co-occurring mental health & addiction issues - if you'd like to help us to achieve that goal, then please get in touch!

Social Media Managers

We need people to help manage all of our social media channels and configure our tools to automatically post content to social media. For this role, we're looking for either experienced social media managers who want to support the dual diagnosis cause or people who currently work with social media and who would like to gain some experience in a social media management role.

Website Developers

We strive to create top-notch tools on our site to aid in mental health and addiction recovery. Junior WordPress developers looking to enhance their skills can volunteer for the Dual Diagnosis Hub. We'll offer necessary training and tools and welcome you to our team.

Online Researchers

We need people to research subjects that relate to dual diagnosis, mental health, or specifically related to co-occurring mental health & addiction issues. This research will help us to create new content for the Dual Diagnosis Hub websites.

SEO Specialists

We need more links to the Dual Diagnosis Hub from mental health & addiction websites. We'll provide everything needed including a list of websites and email templates. Attention to detail, patience and relationship-building skills required.

Graphic Designers

We need images designed for a whole range of services and becoming a volunteer graphic designer will help us to create important content that we need both in the site's development and for social media channels. If this is something that would interest you, then please get in touch!

Voluntary & Paid
Opportunities Directory (Click!)

We have a directory that shows all of the specific voluntary opportunities for people who want to get involved with the Dual Diagnosis Hub CIC's work.

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