Involvement Volunteers – Argyll and Bute
Do you believe that people have a right to be heard?
Do you believe that people should be valued and respected?
Do you believe that people should have ownership of the services they use?
Scottish Drugs Forum are looking for a number of volunteers across Argyll and Bute. Involvement Volunteers will help to increase levels of involvement in different services, groups, meetings and partnerships in their local area.
If you would like more information about this role then check out the role description or if you would like to talk to someone you can contact Involvement and Development Officer, Samantha Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07747 481305.
Remote Peer Research Volunteers – Across Scotland
Do you have a lived experience of substance use and want to use this experience to help others?
Scottish Drugs Forum are looking for people with lived experience of substance use across Scotland, especially in Fife, East Ayrshire, East Dunbartonshire and North Lanarkshire, to become peer research volunteers.
The role will involve supporting research projects for SDF and our partners and will include interviewing people to find out about their experiences.
SDF peer researchers are involved in every step of the research, from designing the research tools, collecting data, analysing data, to reporting on the findings to decision makers.
Full training and support is provided to give you the skills and confidence needed to carry out the research role.
If this sounds like something you or someone you know would be interested in then check out the role description and get in touch with SDF’s Senior Officer for Volunteering and Engagement, Jason Wallace, at email@example.com or call 0141 221 1175.