Human Rights Committee - Volunteer #1781

Posted: 01/12/2023

Are you interested in an exciting volunteer opportunity to protect the rights of those with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses?


Each year Riverside Community Care provides more than 40,000 children, adolescents, and adults with a broad range of behavioral healthcare and human services.  We offer mental healthcare, developmental and brain injury services, youth and early childhood programs, addiction treatment, trauma response, and more.


You can count on Riverside when you or someone you know needs help.  We take your trust seriously and work hard to make a difference by delivering compassionate, locally-based, integrated care.


Who are we?

The committee membership is comprised of volunteers dedicated to ensuring the rights of individuals served by Riverside. Members include lawyers, mental health and healthcare professionals, people served, family members of people served and community members.


What do we do?

The committee engages in quarterly meetings to review and approve various documents as well as conduct site visits to ensure the safety and rights of all individuals served are protected.


Who are we looking for?

We are continually looking for volunteers who will fulfill our membership requirements listed above, but are currently looking for individuals with legal experience and family members of person’s served at Riverside to join this amazing committee!


Previous committee experience is not required. Orientation and education will be provided.



Required Experience


Riverside Community Care is dedicated to respect, integrity and engagement of all individuals. We are committed to building an inclusive and culturally competent organization and we value the richness of having a diverse applicant pool. As an employer committed to equal opportunity, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, national origin, disability, or any other characteristic as established by law.