Plymouth Healing Communities Volunteer Training 

January 14, 2020

Are you concerned about the impacts of poverty and marginalization on individuals experiencing mental health issues? Are you seeking a way to foster companionship and community in a service-based role?

Plymouth Healing Communities provides permanent supportive housing and companionship for adults living with chronic mental health issues and recovering from housing instability. We are committed to fostering a community of healing alongside residents, with recognition of the care and respect that all people deserve. Our goal is to cultivate supportive relationships that promote well-being, self-determination, and dignity. Our resident and community services are made possible with the support of volunteers in a variety of companionship roles. The companionship model of service was founded by Craig Rennebohm as a ministry of presence, operating through hospitality, listening, solidarity, and accompaniment. We provide training for all volunteers to explore these practices as a foundation to cultivating mutuality in service – our next training is on Saturday, January 18 from 9 am to 4 pm at Plymouth Church. We welcome you to learn how you can get involved by contacting and/or visiting our website at

Topics: Church Life, Events



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