Volunteering with Lindner Center of HOPE

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Lindner Center of HOPE. At this time, we have no volunteer opportunities available.


Additional Information

Lindner Center of HOPE (“LCOH”) believes that the patient – therapist relationship is extremely important and believes that if this relationship is subject to dual roles, a conflict could be created and the treatment of the patient may be threatened. LCOH seeks to preserve the sanctity of that relationship. Therefore, individuals who are currently receiving treatment at LCOH may not volunteer at LCOH for at least two years after treatment has been completed. Applicants are expected to withdraw from further consideration for a volunteer opportunity when made aware of this policy.

Volunteers must attend a mandatory half day orientation and have all medical requirements completed prior to starting as a volunteer.

For more information on volunteering at Lindner Center of HOPE, please call 513-536-0300.


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Mary Alexander at 513-536-0317.


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