Donate by Volunteering

Health Right has long-established partnerships with WVU Hospitals, Monongalia Health System, Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc., University Health Associates, West Virginia University, and physicians and dentists in private practice who provide specialty care without cost to qualified Health Right patients.

Health professionals from a wide array of disciplines volunteer countless hours of quality medical care for our patients. WVU medical students learn to work with patients in our clinics.

Volunteers Helping Health Right

Learn More

To find out more about volunteering at Health Right, call 304-292-8234 to find out how you might get involved, or you can send an e-mail to volunteer@mphealthright.org

Please be sure to leave a daytime and evening telephone number.

You Can Help!

Volunteers assist in all areas at Health Right. Caring and qualified people work with patient charts, fill out applications for free medications, do clerical tasks, and help patients fill out applications and surveys.

Volunteers participate in various group projects from painting the clinic, offices and waiting rooms; to doing major indoor and outdoor cleanup work; to assisting in fund raising programs.

Ways to Get Involved


-Stocking harm reduction room, assembling kits, copying forms. Behind the scenes work for LIGHT Project. If you would prefer to work directly with clients, please email  volunteer@mphealthright.org

Friendship Community in Recovery (RCO) Volunteer Hours

-Assisting in handling client needs (Event support, handing out clothing, cold weather supplies, food, etc.)

-Assist with person-centered recovery groups and activities.

Clinic Volunteer Hours 

-A variety of health care related tasks to be completed at the Front Desk and in the Clinic area.

General Volunteer Hours

-Assist with general office, cleaning, organizational, and clerical duties

Mental Health Volunteer Hours

-Assist with Mental Health supports

Friendship Fairmont Volunteer Hours

-Assist with person-centered recovery groups and activities.

*** Please visit these SignUp Genius links to see what opportunities are currently available.***

-Coming soon

WVU Students must also respond to the need on iServe.

Dress is casual but must be neat and clean.

• Please no midriff tops, no t-shirts with drug or alcohol references and no tank tops or spaghetti strap outfits
• We ask that you avoid strong perfume and cigarette odor since some patients and staff could be sensitive to strong smells.
• No shorts or flip flops
 Tattoos and Piercings will be allowed based on Executive/Assistant Director discretion.
If you do not arrive for your shifts, or cancel multiple shifts without notice, you will be removed from the Active Volunteer list until further notice. 
You may be turned away from your desired shift if you have not:
– responded to the need in iServe with at least 24-hour notice (WVU Students only)
– received an email confirmation with your hours and who to report to at the clinic 

Thank you for your support!!