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It Takes a Village. Make a Meaningful Impact in a Villager’s Life! Whether you wish to volunteer on your own, with your family and friends, or as part of an organization or company, we invite you to join us in our efforts to make a difference in the lives of individuals with IDD.

An application and annual background check must be completed prior to volunteering in one of our facilities. Background checks must be updated every year.


Complete and submit the Volunteer Online Application – a separate form must be completed for each individual volunteer.

Download the Required Volunteer Forms. You may return your completed and signed forms along with a copy of your Driver's License to the Volunteer Coordinator, Erin Malerba, at or The Village Admin (located inside Joslin), 2218 Northpark Dr., Suite 210, Kingwood, TX 77339.



The Village Thrift Shop Volunteers

The Village Thrift Shop is a great place to volunteer and is always looking for help. The Thrift Shop is donations-based so the proceeds go back to The Village Centers. You can help clean and organize the store, collect and sort donations, or assist customers. Volunteer shifts are available every day of the week during regular store hours. Please visit The Village Thrift Shop page (link) for more information about store hours and location.

Volunteer with our Villagers in the classroom to help support them and increase their circle of friends! The Kyle Brusatori Multipurpose Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and you are welcome to volunteer any time during the day. As a classroom helper, you will assist Villagers with activities such as reading, math, hand-over-hand learning, cooking lessons, and playing bingo and other games.


Classroom Helper with the Grinch

We also need volunteers to accompany our Villagers on community outings as an extra pair of eyes and ears. Outings may include bowling, area attractions such animal or amusement parks, the movies, restaurants, and more.

All volunteers are supervised and supported by a staff member.

There are numerous opportunities at The Village Centers Day Programs to make a difference. We need volunteers to help deep clean on a semi-annual basis, wash and detail our 10 vehicles, wash windows, pressure wash, paint, and the list goes on! Volunteer sessions for projects such as these are available to be completed throughout the week. Everything we can get a volunteer to assist with versus paying for it means more money goes back into our programs to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.


Residents at the Kyle Brusatori Multipurpose Center
  • What types of services do you offer?
    The Village Centers offers a Day Program and Community Outings, Residential Options, Transportation, Vocational & Employment Programs, Respite, and more.
  • How can I schedule a tour and a meeting to discuss my options?
    Please complete the admissions interest form, or contact
  • How much do your programs and services cost?
    Costs vary based on the specific programs and services delivered and by level of need. Please contact us to schedule a consultation for a cost estimate.
  • Do you accept Medicaid?
    No. Accepted forms of payment include Private Pay (price may vary based on level of need) , Texas Home Living (TxHml), Texas Home and Community-based Services (Tx HCS), and Community Living Assistance & Support Services (CLASS).
  • Do you have a waiting list?
    Our Day Program is currently accepting new clients. Our residential facilities are full at this time and do have waiting lists. Submit an admissions interest form or contact for more information.
  • Do you accept individuals with behavioral problems?
    Yes, in some cases. An admissions decision is based on each individual intake meeting and our organizational capacity to meet an individual’s needs and maintain the safety and well-being or all staff and clients.
  • Do you accept individuals with advanced medical needs?
    Yes, in some cases. An admissions decision is based on each individual intake meeting and our organizational capacity to meet an individual’s needs and maintain the safety and well-being or all staff and clients.
  • How old does my loved one have to be in order to use your services?
    18 years of age or older
  • Do you provide transportation? (If so, where do you provide transportation to and from?)
    Yes. We provide transportation within the Kingwood/Humble/Atascocita area, to and from a client’s home, our programs and services, community outings, and employment opportunities.
  • How can I volunteer with your organization? (If my loved one uses your services am I still eligible to volunteer?)
    Please visit our Volunteer page to complete an application or contact the Volunteer Coordinator at
  • How can I donate to your organization?
    Please visit our Give page to make a donation online. You may also mail a check to the address below, or contact our development department at or 281-358-6172.
  • Do you do consultations to help me see what my options are for my loved one?
    Yes. Please submit the inquiry form (link) to schedule a consultation, send an email to, or call 281-358-6172 x 1020.
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