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BECOME A RIAIMH VOLUNTEER

Are you looking for a way to become more involved with RIAIMH, gain leadership skills and connect with cross sector colleagues who also serve to promote the well being of infants and young children? 

Are you willing to help RIAIMH fulfill its mission to build, sustain and partner with a diverse workforce, informed by infant and early childhood mental health principles; to work together towards the advancement of social and economic justice for the workforce and families and children that they serve; to support the early relational health of babies, young children, and their families that experience the greatest needs, recognizing that these families are disproportionately from BIPOC communities and experience racial disparities?

…. then become a RIAIMH Volunteer today!

Volunteers are essential for this organization and community of professionals to thrive!  We welcome members to help support our programs through a range of volunteer opportunities that vary in the degree of participation and involvement.  Involvement does not require a physical presence at this time, but volunteers should be willing to meet virtually with RIAIMH Board of Directors, staff, other volunteers and community partners.

Please let us know your interests in volunteering for RIAIMH by clicking the link below and completing the short survey.

VOLUNTEER INTEREST FORM

Current volunteer opportunities may include but are not limited to the following areas:

Annual Conference (event - spring/summer)

Annual Celebrating Babies Advocacy Event (event - October)

Annual Members Meeting (event - evening)

Community Conversation Series (event - 6 sessions/yr)

Community of Practice and Research

Endorsement Advisory 

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging (DEI&B) Advisory 

Strategic Planning

RIAIMH is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

RIAIMH is a founding member of the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health.


RIAIMH is an affiliate of the World Association for Infant Mental Health.

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