NOAH is blessed to have as part of its family a group of Peer Support Volunteers. These are individuals who are currently homeless or who have experienced homelessness and came to NOAH initially as clients. Their commitment to the program and desire to give back has led them to volunteer, helping to facilitate the Community Center. Participating in weekly group meetings, individual counseling, team building events, and assisting with Bag Lunch, this group of individuals defines the NOAH family. Committed to personal growth and to supporting one another, they are invaluable ambassadors to participants who are hesitant to trust.
Our Peer Support Volunteers continually help NOAH grow and change, all with the best interests of our clients at the forefront. At their weekly meetings, they discuss new ideas, challenges, and opportunities for growth for NOAH. Responsible for preparing the Community Center with drinks, sandwiches, and activities, they provide a welcoming and supportive space for people.
For more information on the Peer Support Volunteers, contact DiaVet Hoye!