The Maple Counseling Center offers volunteer opportunities that provide both challenges and rewards for participants. Use your talents, life experience, and concern for others while helping men, women, and children face some of life’s more difficult situations. The programs listed below will allow you to learn and develop as a person while you make a real difference in your community. If you are interested in volunteering, please follow the blue highlighted link in each section to find the Volunteer Application. Please note that all applications are delivered by mail or in person to: TMCC, 9107 Wilshire Blvd. LL, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.

The Older Adult Peer Counselor Training Program

The Older Adult Peer Counselor Training Program offers adult men and women who are 55 years of age and older a unique opportunity to participate in an intensive 40-hour training program to become volunteer paraprofessional counselors. Participation in the program requires a 10-12 hour per week commitment.  Older Adult Peer Counselors are compassionate, caring individuals who provide individual and group counseling for adults, 62 years and older, who reside in Beverly Hills and adjacent communities of Los Angeles.

•   Please call Lori Karny at (310) 271-9999 x247 for more information.

Community Circle Program

Community Circle Program volunteers work in elementary schools in Beverly Hills and surrounding areas. The Program is offered weekly for each classroom in the program. Students learn to discuss the needs of others in a safe and confidential setting in order to promote mutual respect. Once key communication skills are learned and understood, any topic of interest can be discussed.

•   Please contact LuNel LeMieux at (310) 271-9999 x220 for more information.

Office Support and Special Event Support

Every day The Maple Counseling Center benefits from volunteers who help in the office by answering the telephone and welcoming visitors and clients. Additionally, the fund development events in the spring and fall of each year as well as donor mailings are supported by volunteers. Because The Maple Counseling Center is a low cost provider of mental health services, we rely on volunteers to help us keep our expenses down while providing quality service.

•   Please contact Winona Leon at (310) 271-9999 x213 for more information.

All TMCC Volunteers are required to have a background check, health clearance, and TB test prior to beginning their volunteer experience.