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Volunteer with NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore!

NAMI Metro Baltimore recruits volunteers from the local community, many of whom are indivdiuals living with mental illness, their family members and health service providers.  Volunteers are essential to the success of NAMI Metro Baltimore.

Volunteer Requirements

  • All volunteers must be over the age of 14.  Certain volunteer roles require individuals over the age of 18.
  • Prospective volunteers must submit a Volunteer Application.  All volunteers will be contacted by a NAMI Metro Baltimore staff member to complete a follow-up screening to verify volunteer interest(s) and determine next steps.
  • All volunteers over the age of 18 who are serving at sites where children are present may be required to undergo a criminal background screening. NAMI Metro Baltimore uses a national background screening service to perform background checks at no cost to the individual.  Volunteers provide written consent to perform a criminal background screening.  Volunteers must provide their social security number to perform the background screening.
  • Specific requirements and training are required for selected volunteer roles. See the descriptions for current volunteer roles for more details.

Current Volunterer Roles and Opportunities

Volunteer opportunities and detailed information regarding volunteer roles, requirements, and commitments can be found on Volunteer Match.  If you have questions regarding your volunteer interests or suitability for a role, please contact Julianne Mills, Volunteer Coordinator at!




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