Heart & Soul is seeking a resourceful and strategic leader with a genuine passion for peer-based mental health support services to lead the organization in fulfilling its mission.
The Executive Director is a highly visible role that will leverage the powerful combination of emotional intelligence and strategic thinking to further develop Heart & Soul’s reputable program offerings and impact.
The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Heart & Soul, actively engaging with Board members, staff, and partners to ensure the ongoing implementation of quality programming. The role requires strong attention to detail for executing strategy, while also collaborating with the Board to envision future opportunities.
To view the complete Heart & Soul Executive Director Position Overview, Candidate Profile, Responsibilities and Qualifications, and How to Apply, click the image to the right.
Peer Support Volunteers:
Peer Support Volunteers are always appreciated at any of our Heart & Soul centers:
Our Drop-in Centers are currently closed due to COVID-19 Restrictions
Have a desire to support our peers counselors or participants during the week, or on a Saturday?
Questions? Contact: Amaal Greenwood-Goodwin, Program Director
Phone: (650) 232-7426
Interested in joining our Board?
Heart and Soul is looking for individuals who embrace our vision of recovery and would like to bring their special skills to support our agency's growth. Board meetings are monthly. If you would like to meet our Board and see what it's like to be part of the team, click below and complete the application.
Questions? Contact: Brian Steuer, Interim Executive Director
Phone: (650) 232-7426
Heart and Soul strongly supports the philosophy of equal employment opportunity in its hiring, training, and promotion practices. The recognition and acceptance of cultural diversity in Heart and Soul provides a source of strength by fostering a spirit of inclusiveness, cooperation and collaboration. Heart and Soul proudly shares in the wealth of perspectives that cultural diversity brings to the agency, defining diversity broadly, including the variables of disability, race, ethnicity gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national origin and veteran status.