As the end of the year approaches, it's an important time to reflect on the Charity as a whole and think about what we can do in order to meet the ever increasing demand for OCD Action's services and resources. One way in which we think we can strengthen the Charity further is to grow and enhance our Board of Trustees and welcome new members to the team who can bring fresh ideas to the table and who can support our current dedicated volunteers who sit on the Board.
We have some exciting news - We are recruiting!
We are looking for an Office Administrator, a Volunteer Coordinator and a Helpline Assistant to join our small and hard-working staff team. All roles will be based in OCD Action's London office.
Please click below to get a job description and person specification for each role.
Is it that time of year already? It only seems like a few weeks since we were in the middle of our OCD Week of Action (which takes place during February every year), when in fact it was a whopping 6 months ago and we are already approaching the next big OCD campaign!
October marks two very special occasions, OCD Awareness Week and World Mental Health Day, and they are both fantastic opportunities to help spread the word about OCD and other mental health conditions, fight stigma, change perceptions, and (most importantly) support others!
OCD Action's Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ in the evening of Wednesday 2 May. The AGM is for OCD Action Members only, and invitations are being sent to all Members in the coming week. The AGM is a unique opportunity for Members to vote on important Charity decisions.
OCD Action's Advocacy Service is currently looking for volunteers to join the team! Could you help?
The OCD Action Helpline provides support and information to people who have/think they may have OCD or a related disorder, and their friends and family. The Helpline is operated by a fantastic team of volunteers who give up their spare time to support other people, often because they have first hand experience of OCD and know how tough it is to battle.