Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers at Princeton House Behavioral Health contribute a great deal in helping our outpatient programs and patients. Examples of volunteer opportunities are listed below. If you are interested in volunteering, please email the site manager listed in the Site Information table below for the location that is convenient for you. If the program is accepting volunteers, the site manager will be in touch about a potential interview.

If a program accepts you as a volunteer, you will then formally apply through the Princeton HealthCare System Volunteer Services Department. All volunteers are carefully screened. Please note that volunteers are asked to commit to a minimum of 100 service hours over the course of one year.

How You Can Help

Volunteer Task   Description
Set up lunches   Organize lunches on tables, assist patients, put out coffee
Organize/encourage lunch activities   Socialize with patients, set up games
Greet patients
  Greet patients in the morning, making sure they sign in, check off the lunch menu, and pay their co-pay
  File documents, replenish paper forms, make copies as needed
Guide patients
  Help patients with where they need to go during the program day
Organize group rooms   Set up chairs, tidy group area
Organize literature
  Replenish magazines/brochures; update boards with support group information
Assist with pick-ups (child/adolescent programs only)
  Assist staff in supervision while patients wait for vans/rides
Be present during groups (child/adolescent programs only)
  Be available to assist staff with any needs during group sessions
Update referral sources
  Make calls to update referral lists and ensure current information about treatment offerings


Site Information

Site   Patients Served   Contact Person   Contact Email
  Adults, Children/Adolescents   Nicole Orro
  Adults, Children/Adolescents   Donna Kiley
North Brunswick
  Adults, Children/Adolescents   Heather Lynch
  Michele Kinderman
All Women’s Programs   Adult Women,
Adolescent Girls
(Princeton only)
  Judy Margolin


For additional general information, please contact Jonathan Krejci, PhD, Director of Clinical Programs, Training and Research, at jkrejci@princetonhcs.org.