Volunteers are a critical part of the day-to-day functioning of our organization, performing a variety of tasks such as direct work with children and families, hotline advocacy, administrative work, maintenance projects and much more. You can see a list of volunteer positions below.
Conduct an independent assessment
Determine the best interests of the child
Advocate for the child
Answers our 24-hour helpline. Provides callers with referral information, emotional support, and safety planning. Provides resources to caregivers in crisis.
Assists caregivers and CAC staff with childcare in the CAC. Duties include supervising children during support groups, therapy sessions, forensic interviews, SANE, reading to and playing with children, and/or creating group activities. Childcare advocates are particularly important because they allow parents to get the help that they need without having to worry about their children’s safety. Must be available during the day and the evening.
Justice System Court Advocate
Escort clients and provide advocacy, emotional support, information and referrals as they proceed through the legal system. A legal background is not necessary, as training will be provided. However, volunteers must be available during normal court hours.
Bilingual translators to assist in translating materials and translating for non-offending caregivers
Site design and maintenance by Lowthian Design Works
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