Treehouse ( a program of the Jamestown Community Center)

Treehouse, a program of the Jamestown Community Center in San Francisco’s
Mission District, is looking for volunteer facilitators to run our
counseling and prevention youth groups.

Treehouse is a program which places at-risk youth into social support
groups with caring, supportive adults. The mission of the Jamestown
Treehouse is to serve as a resource of support and shared experiences to
empower young people as they acquire life skills and successfully
transition into adulthood.

Our age- and gender-specific social support groups are geared towards
Youth Development and Social/Emotional learning. Our sessions are
reminiscent of a family dinner paired with therapeutic, candid and honest

Volunteers lead these groups alongside a co-facilitator, plan lessons and
take part in weekly facilitator meetings and trainings. We require a 2.5
hour per week commitment.

The information above can be found on the official website of Treehouse ( a program of the Jamestown Community Center). For more details about the organization and to find out how you can volunteer, please visit their website:

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