Use Your Lived Experience to Help Others
We need your help to bring peer support into the 21st Century.
Why Work as a Peer at Marigold?
"Human connection is a crucial part of successful recovery. At Marigold I get to be a part of providing that while being of service to my peers - it is extremely rewarding"
"Marigold gives peers a real voice in how services are provided - it's inspiring to come in every day and see how our work is changing the landscape of peer support!"
Holly Dixon CPS LCSW
Manager Peer Services
Marigold is hiring for entry-level, certified, and lead peer positions.
- Health, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off, and a mental health stipend for all full-time employees.
- A flexible, primarily remote work environment. We provide equipment including a company laptop and phone.
- Use your voice as a peer to shape every aspect of how we do business - from engaging our members, to providing feedback on the design of our mobile app, and more.
- Internal opportunities for development and promotion as a peer, including help getting certified.
- Deliver services in a collaborative group-based model where peers support each other.
Some of Our Open Roles:
Preference given to MA Recovery Coaches, native Spanish speakers, and candidates residing in Rhode Island.
Preference given to residents of Kent or Sussex county and native Spanish speakers.
Preference given to candidates in or around Peoria. Past experience working as a peer required (CRSS or CPRS).
Quotes From Our Recovery Community
"I liked that there was always someone there to talk to about people in recovery"
"It was helpful because it was a way to connect with different people that were going through similar or if not, very close to being exact situations and seeing how they were coping. "
"It was kind of like a friend that you could reach out to and be able to communicate with. "
"I'm glad to be able to share what's actually on my mind."
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Marigold is virtual treatment program where people with mental health & substance use conditions support each other.