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