Syringe Access Services relies on volunteers to staff our syringe access sites. Volunteering at our sites is a way to directly impact the life of syringe access participants in a positive way.
Syringe Access Services expects our volunteers to commit to at least 6 months of volunteering with the program and to work at least two shifts a month (each shift is 2 and a half hours long). Syringe Access Services also trains newer volunteers specifically on Saturday exchange sites, so in order to volunteer, you must also be available to help on some weekends.
If you are interested in volunteering at our exchange sites please complete our online registration form. Volunteers are recruited on an as needed basis. After submitting your online registration form, you will automatically be put on a waitlist. As volunteer positions become available, the Volunteer Coordinator will contact you via email.
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