Inside the Life of an IMAlive Volunteer. Learn more about Tonya and how volunteering is changing her life.
I thought that volunteering here would be a great chance to build skills and network with people even while being at home.
After a few years into working in a rather superficial line of work, I realized that I needed some kind of balance.
Regardless of a person’s positive characteristics, suicide does not discriminate as it can affect anyone.
Going to my first initial consultation of therapy made me realize that it was OK to admit that I needed help.
Nothing has taught me to be in the moment and steady myself like this work has.
Chantal From Ontario Canada – I am a a Psychology student and I am volunteering with IMAlive because of the… Read more Inside The Life of an IMAlive Volunteer
Sarah from Long Island, NY and Boston, MA – I volunteer with IMAlive as I have chosen to dedicate my life… Read more Inside The Life of an IMAlive Volunteer
Angela from the Netherlands I strongly believe that the smallest gesture can cause the biggest impact. When I stumbled across… Read more Inside The Life of an IMAlive Volunteer
Katy from Minnesota Being an IMAlive volunteer is one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Knowing that what… Read more Inside The Life of an IMAlive Volunteer