Each year, our staff work closely with hundreds of volunteers to keep our organisation running.

From doctors to lawyers, homemakers to students – HealthServe volunteers come from all walks of life, with the common aim of impacting the lives of the thousands of migrant workers we serve.

In turn, our volunteers’ lives are impacted.

Join us in supporting the needs of our migrant community.

For it is in giving that we receive.

- Saint Francis of Assisi

Volunteer Opportunities

Run wholly by volunteers, HealthServe’s clinic offers subsidised health services to migrant workers. These services include dental care, specialist orthopaedic care, dermatology, rehabilitation consultations in occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and chronic disease management.

* No medical background required

HealthServe provides a full range of mental health services from large group psychoeducation workshops to individual counselling sessions with native-speaking qualified counsellors, with the aim of addressing, strengthening and empowering the mental wellbeing of migrant workers.

A sub-unit of HealthServe's Casework & Social Services (CWSS) department, the O&E team organises regular community events and free health check-ups for our migrant workers with the aim of better supporting their physical and mental wellbeing.

HealthServe is always on the lookout for individuals who speak Bengali, Tamil, Hindi, Mandarin, Burmese, and Thai to assist us in serving the needs of a diverse migrant community.

General Requirements

  • At least 18 years and above (except for CHVs [23+]).
  • Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (HealthServe follows MOH’s definition of full vaccination; Clinic volunteers have additional vaccination/immunity requirements).
  • Depending on the role and MOH guidelines, some volunteers should expect to undergo ART when volunteering in-person.
  • Regular volunteering roles require a minimum commitment of six months, once per month (except for Crisis Helpline Volunteers whose minimum commitment requirement is one year).
  • Must be able to attend the necessary training (applicable only to roles that require volunteers to be trained).
  • Most volunteering roles require volunteers to volunteer in-person (except for Crisis Helpline Volunteers, translators, and certain interpreter roles).

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