Parkview Behavioral Health Hospital

Parkview is dedicated to reinvesting throughout the region by providing services and hospital programs that improve the health of our community.

Volunteer at Parkview Behavioral Health

Donate your time as a volunteer.

We are temporarily not currently accepting volunteer applications due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Please check back at a later time.

Thank you for your support of Parkview patients, staff and providers.

If you wish to have a paper application mailed to your home address, call 260-266-1470.

Parkview Behavioral Health is the area’s only provider of inpatient services for children and adolescents, and to offer inpatient services for adults of all ages suffering from emotional, behavioral or chemical dependency problems.

Whether short-term supervised treatment is needed, or the illness or disability is more complex, experienced mental health professionals are ready to assist with the appropriate level of treatment.

You have an opportunity to participate in that mission by volunteering. Positions, such as medical, technical and administrative support staff, are available to complement the interests, abilities and schedules of volunteers.

Volunteering enables you to:

  • Give back to the community
  • Make a difference in someone’s life
  • Develop new skills
  • Strengthen your resumé
  • Explore new areas of interest 
  • Be involved in causes you care about

Volunteer Positions

Interested in being a Parkview volunteer? Volunteers at Parkview provide invaluable time, talents and services to our patients, their family members and guests by providing excellent hospitality and service. At Parkview, you may choose from among various opportunities in patient-care and clerical areas. Don’t see anything that sparks your interest? We’ll continue to search for an assignment that's just right for you. Job training is provided. Please complete the volunteer application.

Volunteer applicants must be at least 18 years old and are asked to:

  • Complete a volunteer application 
  • Provide two references

Applicants who are chosen to become Parkview volunteers are asked to:

  • Attend an interview and an orientation 
  • Maintain strict confidentiality
  • Comply with local, state and federal agency requirements
  • Comply with hospital regulations 
  • Wear a Parkview volunteer uniform 
  • Wear a Parkview photo identification badge

Volunteer Benefits

Besides the satisfaction of helping others and learning new skills, our volunteer staff enjoys other benefits, such as a recognition celebration during volunteer week.

Other volunteer privileges include:

  • A meal and break coupon on the day of volunteering. Volunteers receive the same discounts as employees in the hospital cafeteria
  • A free annual flu shot
  • A free annual TB screen
  • A holiday gift
  • Use of Parkview’s outpatient pharmacy

Lydia Miller

Manager, Chaplaincy and Volunteer Services

Volunteer Office

Volunteer Application

To donate your time as a volunteer, please submit your completed application to volunteer services.

Home Health & Hospice Volunteer Application

Hospice Volunteer Application