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At Voice and Vision, we welcome employees who have personal experience with mental illness, disabilities, and addictions. We value the gifts and strengths of all people and believe that labels of mental illness, addictions and disabilities need not stop people from living out their dreams.

If this sounds like a place where you’d like to work, we are seeking motivated individuals for the following positions.   We encourage you to apply today!


We are seeking a motivated and highly personable individual to join our Delaware County Member & Satisfaction team (M/FST). The position involves interviewing people regarding their experience with behavioral health services as well as participation in reporting the results.

    • Personal experience with behavioral health services (mental health and/or drug and alcohol) in Delaware County for self or family member.
    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • Strong communication and note-taking skills
    • Knowledgeable of behavioral health services and supports as well as recovery, resiliency and person/family-centered principles.
    • Previous experience working as part of a team – preferred
    • Intermediate-advanced skills in Microsoft Word, email and internet use
    • Drivers License and a car with current registration and insurance

The position is approximately 10-20 hours per week on an as-needed basis. Hours will increase during busy periods and will include some evenings or Saturdays. Travel for training and site visits is reimbursed.


We are seeking a motivated and highly personable individual who will oversee the operations of the Voice and Vision, Inc. College Plus Program. The role requires strong leadership qualities and the ability to manage the peer support component. Peer support includes facilitating support groups, providing individual supports, and cultivating creative solutions to break down barriers to help students attending college. The role includes administrative tasks, such as maintaining a database of students, tracking student progress, documenting communication, and marketing to promote the program.

    • Strong leadership skills
    • Self-starter and ability to manage multiple tasks
    • Lived experience and is in recovery from mental health or co-occurring challenges
    • Good communication skills (written, verbal and body language) with the ability to maintain confidential information
    • Attended college or currently attending college
    • Cultural proficiency and sensitivity to the unique strengths and values held by each student
    • Proficient in MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
    • Supervisory experience preferred, but not required

The position is part-time (up to 20 hours per week). Individual must have a car, current driver’s license, and car insurance.


We are seeking a Support Group Co-Facilitator is to assist with the College Plus Peer Support Groups. This person would be required to help engage and facilitate discussion with College Plus students during support group meetings. The ideal candidate would be educated on services offered at Bucks County Community College as well as supports and services in the community. This person would also be a good role model and cheerleader to the students.

    • Certified Peer Specialist OR has had Peer-to-Peer Training (or willingness to attend training)
    • Knowledge of which situations require a professional referral
    • Attended college or currently attending college
    • Cultural proficiency and sensitivity to the unique strengths and values held by each student

The position is part-time (2-5 hours per week). Individual must have a car, current driver’s license, and car insurance.


If you are interested in one of these opportunities, please feel free to call Sheri Shifman, the Office Manager at 1-800-734-5665, ext. 200 or email sheri@voiceandvisioninc.org.  Thank you!

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About Kathryn

Kathryn Lerro

Hi, I’m Kathryn Lerro, mother of two lovely daughters, wife of one fine man.

After 24 years of wandering (thanks to my husband’s Air Force career), we are back home on the East Coast. We currently live in Philadelphia where I enjoy writing, taking long walks, decorating my front window in South Philly tradition, talking to interesting people and eating great food.

As I’ve met people on my travels I’ve become keenly aware that most of us could use a healthy dose of encouragement. It is for this reason that I try to weave a message of hope into everything I write.

About Mindy

Mindy Haas

Hi, I am Melinda Haas, but you can call me Mindy.   A true introvert, I delight in solitude with a good book or a movie.  I like dabbling in nature photography while taking rigorous hikes.  I adore my husband who is a ton of fun.  He shares my wanderlust as well as my appetite for Indian and Thai food.  Very often, you’ll find us dancing to Cumbia in the kitchen while we make dinner.   We also love road tripping and exploring new places. (New England is our new favorite!)

Through my writing, I want to encourage and embolden others to push past the limits they place on themselves.  I want to help people see that they can accomplish more than they think they were capable of.


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