Hotline Volunteers: As a direct service volunteer, you will help respond to the needs of crime victims in need of support. Hotline volunteers must be at least 18 years old, have a car, and complete a 40 hour training course in order to be qualified to help staff the 24-hour hotline. These volunteers also provide accompaniment for victims in local hospital emergency rooms and local police stations.
Support Group Volunteers: As a support group co-facilitator, you will work with a CVC Counselor during one of the various support groups that are offered. Support group counselors must be at least 18 years old and complete a 40 hour training course in order to be qualified to work with crime victims.
Student Internship: Undergraduate and Graduate Internships are available for a variety of majors, including Psychology, Social Work, Counseling and Criminal Justice. Completion of the 40 hour training course is required prior to the start of client interaction.
Community Volunteers: In order to be a Community Volunteer, all that is required is a willingness to help! Some of the activities you can enjoy include:
- Fundraising/Special Events: Spring Plant Sale, Rose Sale, Holiday Plant Sale and Rally Through the Valley
- Staff informational tables at community-wide events and fairs
For more information on any of the CVC Volunteer Opportunities or the mandatory 40 hour training course for Hotline and Support Group Volunteers, please contact Sara Ullmer, Supervisor, Community Programs / Volunteers, at 610-437-6610 ext. 26 or at firstname.lastname@example.org