Volunteer with Us!
"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." -Anne Frank
Why Should I Become a Volunteer?
- No cost to you
- A wonderful way to meet people
- A great way to become actively involved in providing a much needed community service
- An excellent source of information on the DVCC program, law enforcement's role, the court system, behavioral health issues, and a variety of other domestic violence and sexual assault related issues
What Can I Do As a Volunteer?
- Assist in the operation of the 24-hour crisis lines
- Assist in Children's Support Group
- Provide coverage at the safe home when staff are unavailable
- Provide childcare during Support Group
- Take part in fundraisers and other awareness projects
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Maintain strict confidentiality
- Be non-judgemental
- Make a minimum 1 year commitment to the program
- Attend meetings and ongoing training provided by DVCC
- Sign-up for a minimum of 4 volunteer opportunities a year
How Do I Become a Volunteer?
- Call or email the Volunteer Coordinator at the DVCC office for an application
- Complete the application and return it to the office
- Complete the training course on domestic violence and sexual assault