Victim’s/Hotline Advocate**: Our biggest need is for volunteers willing to work on the hotline. We ask our advocates to take one or two 12-hour hotlines shifts each month.
Office Internships**: Those working in the office have the opportunity to work on what interests them most while doing victim advocacy as needed.
Special Project Volunteer: Assistance around the office and within the community is always needed – this may be posting flyers around town, creating information packets in the office, facility maintenance or sorting through donations.
Large Groups: Groups that would like to do one-time projects at SAFE are always welcome.
** In order to volunteer in an advocacy role, a person must complete a state-mandated 40-hour training. These are offered three times each year. They provide the information and tools needed to assist victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, elder abuse, and child abuse.
If you would like to offer your time and energy, please contact:
Faryn Babbitt, Volunteer Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
or fill out our application online and email it to Faryn.