Volunteering

Volunteers are an essential part of our community, and we are always seeking more help. Volunteers are required to complete an application, participate in one of our quarterly training sessions, and be able to pass a criminal background check.

 

 

If you would like to volunteer with us:

 

 

The Following Descriptions Give an Idea of Our Needs For Volunteer Support:

 

  • Office Assistant: Filing, data entry, and answering phones (M-F 9am – 5pm)

  • Volunteer Court Navigator:  Going with clients through civil and criminal court processes (Mondays all day for civil court: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays for Criminal)

  • Shelter: Supporting residents and their children, answering crisis calls, and other special projects 

  • Child Care: During support groups or during the day: arts/crafts, homework, games, movies (Tuesday evenings 6-7:30pm, please arrive 5:45pm)

  • Interpreter: non-English speaking persons (All Times and Any Program)

  • Lethality Assessment Program Hotline: Answering a hotline after hours and on weekends (Daytime, Overnight, and Weekends)

  • Supervised Visitation Monitor: Supervise visits between children and their parent (Evenings and Weekends)

  • University Internship, Practicum, or Require services hours: We partner with the Social Work, Human Services, Counseling, and Marketing programs at Elon University, UNCG/A&T, Wake Forrest, and UNC Chapel Hill to host student interns during the academic year. Depending on student availability, interest, and academic requirements, students are able to choose which FAS program(s) they would like to work with and/or are able to design and facilitate projects that fit within the agency’s Mission.

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