Work to end the stigma that surrounds mental health.

There are so many reasons that people go years without accessing the mental healthcare that they need. Reasons like cost, availability of providers, stigma, or not knowing where to go. When you work for CONNECT Summit County, you work to lower these barriers so that everyone can access the mental health services they need.

CONNECT Summit County’s mission is to create a well-informed, stigma-free community with access to mental health resources for all. We do this work through nimble, grassroots tactics. The work environment is fast paced with a focus on community engagement; we are mission focused with a positive, accountable work environment.

Impact Director

CONNECT Summit County is accepting applications for a full time mental health Impact Director to lead our mental health initiatives, support and manage program staff, and engage stakeholders. Stakeholders include mental health providers, nonprofit partners, community leaders, and citizens. The ideal candidate will have experience in community organizing, measurement and evaluation, and proven management and strategy acumen. Learn more and apply: CONNECTSummitCounty_JobDescription_Impact Director

Peer Navigator (Spanish)

Do you know what it’s like to live with – or care for someone – with a mental illness? Throughout Summit County, people are at a loss for where to go to access mental health resources. The mental healthcare system is confusing to navigate, especially if you’re experiencing a mental health challenge. Our Peer Navigators are here to listen, empathize, and direct people to local resources that fit their needs.

Spanish-Speaking Peer Navigator Learn more here: CONNECTSummitCounty_Posición_Promotor Comunitario de Habla Hispana

Spanish-Speaking Peer Navigator See job description in English: CONNECTSummitCounty_PeerNavigation_JobDescription_Spanish

We are always in need of wonderful volunteers who are dedicated to mental health. Please email us at [email protected] for more information.