What is the mission?
The purpose of the Mental Health Advisory Council is to help because I said I would design and improve mental health outcomes through its charitable programs and the populations it serves.
What is the committee’s format?
The Mental Health Advisory Council consists of 3 to 5 members who represent different disciplines in the field of mental health. This council of professional volunteers offers expert advice to the because I said I would staff and its board members. Council members will also have the opportunity to network with other professionals and stay up-to-date on current trends in the field of mental health.
What does this position look like?
Position Summary: Attends all scheduled because I said I would Mental Health Advisory Council meetings. Reviews meeting agenda and materials provided via email prior to the meeting time. Participates actively in meetings and answers questions posed by because I said I would team members present in meetings. Provides feedback regarding best mental health maintenance theory and practices to because I said I would team members. Examples of roles of the professional volunteers on this committee include:
- Clinical psychologists
- Mental health counselors
- Psychology professors
Time Commitment: One meeting each month for 6 months. One hour of offline work per month.
Compensation: This is a professional volunteer position and we would greatly appreciate your time and effort. As a thank you, volunteers will receive because I said I would merchandise, including a t-shirt, bracelet, 10 promise cards, and a copy of our book, because I said I would by Alex Sheen.