are an evangelical Christian para church organization. We exist to introduce
Christ's restoration to brokenness, be it emotional, psychological,
or relational, through a team of Christian professionals. We recognize
many believers are beset by difficulties that would prevent them from
functioning as members of the Body of Christ with unique contributions
to make. In addition we recognize many seekers and others desire services
that are respectful of and sensitive to spiritual issues. We are aware
that quality mental health services, rooted in biblical principles and
Christian values, are at a premium. We seek to partner with pastors
and church leaders to provide trustworthy resources to meet the needs
of their flock and to advance God’s kingdom.
have the infrastructure in place to provide more services than we are
currently providing and we are seeking the assistance of others to reach
our potential. We are waiting on God for persons to fill many important
roles. Could one of them be you? A mental health background or long-term
commitment is not required.
are seeking volunteers for a variety of miscellaneous short term and
long term assignments and tasks. These could include making contact
with area churches to update our “Website Listing of Your Groups”
page and other pages of our website, assisting with arrangements for
public presentations, seminars, and trainings, destruction disposal
of accumulated clinical and business documents, etc.
interested in serving are invited to become familiar with our organization
through talking with a current Board or staff member or attending a
Board meeting. For additional information or application please contact
Rob Pramann, PhD, Clinical Director and Board Secretary/Treasurer (Work
801-268-1564 x3 email@example.com),
or Michael Galica, Board President/Chairman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or send resume and letter of interest to 525
East 4500 South, Suite 125, Salt Lake City, Utah 84107-2995.
Volunteers may assist Christian Counseling Centers of Utah, Inc. in
a wide variety of ways with specific projects, short or long term. Supervision
may be provided by the Administrative Director, Clinical Director or
Board member. Responsibilities will be varied and outlined by the one(s)
overseeing their project(s). Primary responsibilities will be determined
and negotiated individually for each volunteer.
The location where the duties will be performed will vary based on the
specific volunteer assignment and project.