Volunteer FAQs

FAQS & Resources for Volunteer Service

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are the different ways a person can volunteer? Volunteers can support ACH as individuals or with a group.

  2. Is there an age limit for volunteers? Yes. Individuals must be at least 16 years old to volunteer. For groups, minors can participate with adults present.

  3. After becoming a volunteer, how do I submit my volunteer time? Volunteers can submit their time using the online time form (see above).

  4. How often can a volunteer participate without being screened? Non-screened volunteers can support ACH once every 90 days.

  5. Do you have a minimum service commitment for volunteers? Yes, a minimum of 20 hours to be completed within 6 months.

  6. How often can a group participate in a volunteer activity or event? Without screening, groups can participate once every 90 days (quarterly).

  7. Can a person volunteer if they are not 16 years old? Yes, but only for one-time or episodic volunteer occurrences with adults present.

  8. Does your agency offer court-ordered community service? No, not at this time. Click here for a list of eligible agencies.

  9. If I wanted to become an intern with ACH, would I apply as a volunteer? Yes, but only if you are not receiving educational credit for participating.

  10. Are there other ways to get involved at ACH? Yes! We have yACH Young Professionals or a Women's Auxiliary you can join.

RESOURCES

submit VOLUNTEER TIME

For volunteers and mentors who
participate on an individual basis.

VOLUNTEER FORMS

For groups that participate
for one-time or episodic
activities or events.

VOLUNTEER REFERENCE

Submit a reference for a candidate
seeking to volunteer or mentor.

For more information, contact Stephanie Canfield at 682.432.1064 or volunteers@achservices.org