West County Health Centers
Make A Difference
At West County Health Centers, our volunteers are one of our most valued resources. Volunteers give their time, talents and skills to make a positive impact in the lives of others and the overall wellness of their community.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
West County Health Centers offers a variety of volunteer roles. We will work with you to find the best fit for your skills and interests.
Minimum 17.5 years of age (except Teen Outreach Volunteers).
Must pass a basic background check
Attend orientation and receive additional training as needed
TB test and seasonal flu shot
Volunteer Opportunities for Teens
West County Health Centers Forestville Teen Outreach Center runs a school year length program for volunteers between the ages of 16-25. Volunteers serve in a variety of capacities including peer education, teen outreach center promotion, waiting room etiquette, community outreach and as members of the Teen Health Advisory Board. The Teen Outreach Center recruits and selects volunteers in late August and the program begins as the academic school year starts. For any further inquiries please contact Peer Education Specialist at 707-887-0427 Ext. 4404.
West County Health Center’s hires one to two full time Americorps members every September as part of our outreach team. Members receive an educational award at the completion of their term of service. Applications are usually accepted beginning in April every year. For more information about the Americorps program at West County Health Centers, please contact the Volunteer Programs Office (707) 823-3204; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up to volunteer:
For more information about volunteering contact Our Volunteer Program Manager at
(707) 823-3204, ext. 6454