Volunteer Opportunities

We all play a role in ending violence. Find yours.

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At DVSAC, we love and appreciate our volunteers and couldn’t do what we do without them! In helping victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, you can be a part of their life turn around and encourage them to live the life they deserve. If you’d like to become a volunteer, here are some ways you can help:

· Community fundraisers and events

· Information booths

· Outreach to the community

· DVSAC’s 24 hour Crisis line

 

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Train to be a Crisis Intervention Volunteer

In the case of volunteers who work with clients on the crisis line or in person, a state mandated 65-hour Crisis Intervention Training is required by the state of California. At the end of this training, qualified participants will receive certification as a peer counselor. DVSAC offers this course twice a year.

Fall 2017 Training Dates
September 21st through November 16th
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm-9:00pm (Excluding Thursday, October 12th)
Saturdays 9:00am-3:30pm – October 7thOctober 21st and November 11th
Want to learn more? Then, join us for our Orientation!
Wednesday, September 6th – 6:00pm-7:00pm
RSVP to Michelle at michelle@dvsac.org or 530-272-2046.
To attend, please complete the Volunteer Application.

Spring 2017, CIT Volunteer Graduates
Spring 2017, CIT Volunteer Graduates
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