Volunteering opportunities are encouraged on a group and individual basis. As a group, Innercept residents participate in projects associated with various non-profit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Head Start, Department of Parks and Recreation, and The Humane Society, to name a few.

On an individual basis, residents can utilize volunteerism within the Innercept programs to help develop employment skills. For some, volunteering for a community-based organization can act as a resume builder for future employment, especially if they have not had any previous work experience. Our goal is to teach good citizenship, cooperation in the home, in the community, and in the world. These opportunities also teach stewardship in how we care for our environment and how we utilize and share resources. Volunteerism teaches us to look outside our own experience and learn acceptance of other’s challenges.