Volunteer Application Form
The COVID Grief Network is an emerging national network of volunteer grief workers (defined below) supporting young adults in their 20s and 30s who are grieving in the midst of this pandemic.
The core way to lend support through the COVID Grief Network is by offering short-term one-on-one sessions for two to six weeks. All meetings will happen by phone or video-conference.
Please register below if you are a therapist, chaplain, spiritual director, grief counselor, facilitator, coach, mindfulness practitioner, or healer wanting to offer free grief support to young adults in need.
If you are unsure if participating in this network is the right fit, please visit our FAQ page here:
Please note that this is not a therapeutic network and is not a substitute for clinical mental health care.
What's your preferred language?
Do you feel equipped to offer support in any other languages besides English? If so, please list any below.
Professional Background (Check all that apply.)
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Other Licensed Mental Health Provider
Unlicensed Mental Health Provider (e.g. student, unlicensed modality)
Board Certified Chaplain
Clergy with Chaplaincy Training (CPE)
Lay leader with Chaplaincy Training (CPE)
Other Spiritual Care Provider
Mindfulness Practitioner (e.g. meditation teacher, wellness practitioner)
Healing Arts Practitioner (e.g. Reiki, body-based healing)
Community Organizer (for organizing support)
Technologist (for technical support)
Please briefly describe your education and/or training supporting folks who are grieving.
Please briefly describe your experience working with young adults.
What grief support do you feel equipped to offer? (Check all that apply.)
Individual Support (counseling, chaplaining, etc.)
Facilitating Groups or Circles
Facilitating Ritual (e.g. grief rituals)
Leading Meditation or other stress reduction techniques
Offering Trainings (e.g. on COVID, grief and loss, stress reduction)
Want to support in other ways? (Check all that apply.)
Pod Facilitator -- schedule meetings with your pod (10-12 volunteers), forward requests for support to the right people, and serve as the point of contact with the Hub (admin team)
Pod Facilitation Leads -- help support the pod facilitators
Outreach -- help us connect to young adults seeking support and grief workers who can offer support
Onboarding -- help our volunteers and young adults plug into the network
Internal Communications -- help us keep the network up to date
How many hours per week would you be willing to contribute?
Generally, when during the day are you available to offer support? (Check all that apply)
Late night (after 9pm)
Any time is good for me
How did you hear about us?
Within these categories, we would love to hear more specifics (who sent the email you read, etc?). We are committed to serving as many people as we can, and this will help us - thank you!
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