Make a difference

Volunteers are at the core of our identity and it is because of their support, commitment, energy and creativity that our programs and initiatives are successful.  We’re always looking for people to join us, so please take a look at our current opportunities.

If you see something that interests you, fill out the volunteer application form below and we’ll get in touch to set up a meeting with you.

At ACCM, we recruit new volunteers and find them fulfilling positions that contribute to their personal and professional development. We coordinate orientation sessions throughout the year, ensuring that our volunteers are informed about ACCM’s mission and values.

We have a large variety of volunteer opportunities throughout all our departments, with roles ranging from Women’s Social Group Volunteer to Sexual Health Workshop Facilitator to Administrative Support Volunteer. We’re looking for friendly, reliable people with a commitment to anti-oppression and harm reduction practices or an interest in learning about them.

We especially encourage people living with HIV or hepatitis C to volunteer.

If you have any questions our Volunteer Coordinator would be happy to answer them!

Everyone is so friendly and appreciative of the work that I’m doing, and that really makes me feel fantastic! I love that what I’m doing is helping people who deserve to be helped, and that I’m working alongside such encouraging and friendly people.

Sacha Baikie-Pedneault (Sponsorship Volunteer)

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Application Form

The Volunteer Coordinator will contact you for an interview as soon as possible. Please note that our orientation is mandatory for all new volunteers. It runs over the course of a weekend and you can participate in either the spring or fall session.
I think ACCM's philosophy of respecting and valuing individual's freedoms and responsibilities is inspiring, and their volunteer training is the most intensive and helpful training that I have ever experienced. I have used the principles of harm reduction and anti-oppression that I learned through my training at ACCM in other areas of my life, including my current job.
Rebecca Jones (E4P Volunteer)