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  • There are many volunteer opportunities available at Belmont Behavioral Health’s facilities. Some opportunities are behind the scenes and others involve contact with the patients. Sample roles include:

     Belmont Behavioral Health volunteers

    To Volunteer at Belmont

    For additional information about volunteer opportunities, call 215-877-2000 and ask for the Volunteer Department.

    Learn About Recovery First-hand

    When suitable, patients may learn about recovery first-hand through peer support. Peers are former patients who received treatment at Belmont.

    Belmont’s motivational speakers program features former patient volunteers who Share their inspirational experiences to benefit both volunteers and patients.

    See how Bill Ison’s role as a Peer Advisor and Motivational Speaker helps his recovery.

    To apply to be a motivational speaker, you must be out of treatment for at least six months and participate in a screening process.

    Contact:
    Laura Pogue – 215-581-5491

    Former Patients Serve on the Recovery Advisory Committee

    The Recovery Advisory Committee is a bi-monthly meeting for former patients who offer feedback and advice to Belmont Staff. Through sharing their stories, the alumni help create informed programming decisions and improvements.

    Contact:
    Virginia Reid – 215-581-3818

  • Questions? Call Us:

    1.800.220.4357

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    Belmont Behavioral Health Seal

    Joint commission gold seal


    Licenses

    • Department of Health (DOH)
    • Department of Public Welfare (DPW)
    • Division of Drug and Alcohol Program Licensure (DDAPL)
    • Bureau of Drug and Alcohol (BDAP)

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