San Martin de Porres Center, a non profit mental health agency, designed to use therapeutic and Psycho-educational methods to treat Psychological and Emotional problems to enhance a healthier and happier living for the individual and family.

Our primary objective is to provide low cost, and quality mental health services to the residents of Los Angeles County.

Our Center is responsive to the changing needs of the community, the family and the individual, as we attempt to weave the fabric of tradition and vision into a shared profit for our common good.

We need your help!!   Volunteering at San Martin….

San Martin depends on volunteers.

Volunteers bring in a wealth of experiences, ideas and energy to our programs.  We believe that volunteers of every background and experience can contribute to the development of existing programs and new programs.

We encourage you to touch the life of a child, a family, or a youth in a positive sense, whether your schedule allows for a weekly commitment  or just one-time event.  We welcome any unique projects or ideas you may suggest and want to develop at San Martin de Porres Center.

YOUR HELP ARE NEEDED IN THESE AREAS:

  • Become a member of the Advisory Committee
  • Special Events
  • Fund raising
  • Administrative assistance
  • Preparing mailing
  • Photography and archiving
  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring

OUR COMMITTEES:

Volunteer Committees organize San Martin fundraising and educational forums.  Committee members collaborate to plan entire events:  choosing themes, projecting budgets, soliciting donors, designing publicity campaigns, and handling public  relations.

ANNUAL EVENTS INCLUDE:

  • Conference on Family Issues
  • Educational Tournaments
  • Spirituality and Psychotherapy
  • Juvenile Delinquencies and the Law
  • Violence Prevention Seminars

OUR PROGRAM ADVISORY COUNCILS:

Volunteers sit on Advisory Councils to discuss issues and challenges affecting several programs.  Based on knowledge and familiarity of the program, volunteers are encouraged to share their insights at the Council meetings held throughout the year.

Advisory Councils exist for:

  • Family Preservation.
  • Youth & Family monitoring after completion of our program.
  • Training and education.

INTERESTED IN OUR VOLUNTEERS' PROGRAM?

Contact Our Volunteer Coordinator Today