Active volunteer involvement accomplishes a dual role at Utah State Hospital.

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It helps our patients to feel accepted by the community and helps them to relate socially.

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Community involvement is a teaching experience to help educate the community about mental illness and the programs offered at USH.

Volunteering is limited right now due to COVID-19. Please email Cami Roundy to be put on the waiting list if you are interested.

Interested in Volunteering?

Contact Cami Roundy, Director of Volunteer Services


  • Variety of Areas

    Volunteers help in a variety of areas. They are involved with occupational, recreational, and physical therapy. Many church and community groups sponsor patient activities.

  • Groups and Individuals

    Volunteers are a valuable resource to the Hospital and their involvement is always encouraged and welcome. There are many opportunities for individuals, groups, students, Eagle Scouts, etc. to volunteer at the hospital especially during the summer months.