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Are you looking for a fulfilling volunteer experience that will help people in your community on their journey to healthy living? Then consider becoming a program leader!

We offer many ongoing opportunities for qualified individuals to serve as program leaders. Requirements for class instructors and group facilitators vary by program type and content sources. All programs include a leader training component which must be completed in advance. To apply, please use the form below.

Already a Program Leader?

If you already are a program leader, we are your resource for training tools, presentation materials and evaluation forms for use with program participants. You can also stay up to date on programs of interest if you want to add to your involvement. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact us using the form below.

Leader Materials

You can login to access forms and other program materials. (COMING SOON)

Aging Mastery Program

Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance

A Matter of Balance

Live Well

Have questions?

Let us know if you have any questions and we’ll be happy to assist.


Want to apply to become a leader?

Ready to get started? The first step is to apply to become a program leader.
Please fill out our online application form.


FAQs - General

Evidence-based programs are typically licensed and copyrighted and require a license to deliver.  The CT Healthy Living Collective with support from our partners, can offer training at reduced or no cost.  Qualifications vary by program, but generally leaders and trainers should possess:

  • Experience and interest in working with older adults
  • Knowledge about the special needs of older adults
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience with group process and facilitation
  • Comfort with teaching, leading group discussion and role play
  • Willingness to learn about and support the principles and protocols of evidence-based programs
  • Enthusiasm about being a member of a team
  • Dependability
  • Ability to use technology to provide classroom instruction or do deliver a virtual program