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These basics apply for facilitating in-person and virtually:

  • Evening availability (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday)

  • Commit to at least one (1) year of volunteering

  • Co-facilitate small groups of children/teens

  • Lead activities

  • 18-hour training before starting


These qualifications apply for facilitating in-person and virtually:

  • Must be at least 16 years old and care about children

  • Have access to internet for virtual groups

  • Work as a team member

  • Agree to criminal background check prior to assuming duties

  • Be able to work in a confidential environment

Time Commitment:

  • Three (3) hours on designated peer-support group nights

  • Ready to commit to at least one (1) year of volunteering

  • Attend 18-hour training class

  • Attend two (2) continuing education presentations throughout the year

Learn More about Volunteer Facilitators:

“I was nervous about volunteering at first, but volunteer facilitators are well supported when working with Erin's House. The training teaches you how to work with people in groups. I’ve been able to make connections with other volunteers and group participants that mean so much to me.” -Jackson, Volunteer Facilitator

Volunteer Facilitator Training Opportunities


For those interested in becoming a group facilitator for our peer-support groups, training sessions will be offered throughout the year. Training will prepare and equip you to join our seasoned facilitators in the onsite peer-support groups.

If you feel the Volunteer Group Facilitator role is the right fit for you, please complete the Volunteer Facilitator Application using the button below. Once we receive your application, we will contact you to schedule an interview and tour of Erin's House.

For more information or questions, please contact Ellen Roemke, Director of Volunteers: 260.423.2466 or

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