CURRENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Thank you for considering volunteering with us! Please peruse available volunteer positions listed below to see if you may be a match for our team.
Positions in Outside In's clinic services:
Laboratory Assistant (Openings now)
Assist the functioning of clinic lab by performing in-house laboratory tests ordered by healthcare providers, storing and preparing patient specimens sent for outside testing, accurately and thoroughly maintain laboratory log of tests performed, maintaining laboratory equipment and run control tests, and ensuring proper labeling, storage, and authorization of all specimens.
Syringe Exchange Assistant - Downtown location (Openings now)
Provide respectful, non-judgmental space to people who inject drugs, facilitate syringe exchange, and supply harm reduction (HIV/Hepatitis C prevention and safer injection) education and supplies to clients, as well as engaging clients in harm reduction and health discussions and remaining up-to-date with information about issues and interventions used in harm reduction, HIV & Hepatitis C prevention, and alcohol and drug treatment.
Syringe Exchange Assistant - Clackamas Service Center (Openings now)
Provide respectful, non-judgmental space at Clackamas Services Center to people who inject drugs, facilitate syringe exchange, and supply harm reduction (HIV/Hepatitis C prevention and safer injection) education and supplies to clients, as well as engaging clients in harm reduction and health discussions and remaining up-to-date with information about issues and interventions used in harm reduction, HIV & Hepatitis C prevention, and alcohol and drug treatment.
Tattoo Removal Assistant (Openings now)
Support tattoo removal program operations through assisting medical providers to administer tattoo removal treatment by clinical and administrative support, including rooming the patient and preparing them for treatment, ensuring the patients’ comfort and privacy, answering frequently asked questions about aftercare and policies, and maintaining a tidy and stocked treatment area and waiting lobby.
Information and Referrals Specialist (Openings now)
Represent Outside In and be the first point of contact for persons who come our way seeking assistance by providing agency reception at our front desk and serving as a central point of information about Outside In’s services and offer referrals to other agencies.
Care Team Assistant
Assist Clinic Care Team Panel Managers in targeted outreach by evaluating clients who due for routine screenings and in need of follow-up appointments, contacting the selected patients to facilitate scheduling, categorizing and prioritizing patient panels, and maintaining accurate and up-to-date electronic health records.
OHP Application Assister
Assist team in ensuring healthcare access of uninsured clients eligible for Oregon Health Plan (OHP) by using government databases to submit and update OHP applications, updating agency tracking sheet of application statuses, notifying clients of application status and upcoming renewal date, and remaining up-to-date on OHP information and processes.
Positions in Outside In's youth services:
Café Services Assistant (Openings now)
Join our culinary crew and support Outside In's talented chefs prepare healthy, hot farm-to-table meals for homeless youth. As a café volunteer, you have the unique opportunity to connect with at-risk youth, to cultivate a safe and healthy environment for them, and even learn and improve your kitchen skills.
Dog Assistant (Openings now)
Support Outside In's Virginia Woof Dog Daycare operations by assisting with dog activities for the daycare, tending to the welfare of the dogs, and maintaining a clean, safe, and fun facility. Occasionally, volunteers have the opportunity to provide professional role modeling for youth in training.
Medical Professional Volunteer Opportunities:
Tattoo Removal Provider
Provide tattoo removal services to low-income clients, with priority given to gang, hate, drug, criminal, and domestic-violence related tattoos. Accepting those with active DO, MD, ND, or NP licenses.
Provide physical therapy treatment to low-income, homeless, and/or uninsured clients.
Provide foot care and treatment to low-income, homeless, and/or uninsured clients.