Our mission To create a stigma-free community.
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Ways to help

Momentum Center Instructor

Instruct a class or workshop for our members (Weekly, Biweekly or Monthly) Examples: Yoga, Meditation, Exercise, Cooking, Making Soap, Life Skills, Job Skills, Crafts, Baking, Nutrition, Journal Writing, etc.
  • Weekly, Monthly
  • Adults
  • Individuals
  • Physical, Indoor
  • Skilled
  • Weekdays

Momentum Center Volunteer

Assist with activities or outings (Daily, Weekly, Biweekly or Monthly) **CPR/First Aid and Recipient Rights Training Required** Activity Examples: Bingo, Crafts, Social Hour, Member Lunches, Birthday Parties, Baking, Cooking, Walking, etc. Outing Examples: John Ball Zoo, Frederik Meijer Garden, Bowling, Nature Center, Grocery Outing, Festivals, Concerts, Whitecaps Baseball Games, etc.
  • Occasional, Weekly, Monthly
  • Teens, Adults
  • Individuals, Groups (2-10)
  • Event support, Indoor, Outdoor
  • On-site, Formal
  • Weekdays
Items we need

Supplies and Food

  • Paper Products (toilet paper, paper towel, tissues).

  • Office Supplies (pens, pencils, markers, dry erase markers, paperclips, sticky notes, highlighters, scissors, folders, pads of paper, tape, staples, name tags, clip boards, printer paper).

  • Kitchen Supplies (cake mixes, brownie mixes, aluminum foil, sandwich bags, gallon bags, wax paper, plates, napkins, cups, plastic silverware).

  • Craft Supplies (markers, paint, paint brushes, crayons, colored pencils, coloring books, stamps, stamp pads, craft kits).

  • In-Kind Donations
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Amazon Wishlist

Click the "Learn More" button below to visit our Amazon Wishlist to easily purchase items we need
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
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How you help We are accomplishing great things within the Tri-Cities, but we cannot do it without the help of people like you. We know that there are a lot of ways you can spend your time and a lot of worthy causes out there to support. The fact that you are considering volunteering with the Momentum Center is appreciated more than you know!
About us A social and recreational program spot for people with mental illness, addictions and/or developmental disabilities. A place free from judgement or bias.
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