Hands United
One hand plus hand
isn't two hands:
Its hands united.
Join your hand
to our hands.
So the world isn't
in the hands of a few but in
everyone's hands
- Gonazalo Arango , Columbian Poet

Through its volunteers, our agency continues to thrive and make a difference in the lives of the people in our community. With your volunteer participation, you gain knowledge and experience while obtaining the satisfaction of helping others within the community in which you live. Domestic Violence Services utilizes a wide array of volunteer services. 

Opportunities vary by location and may include:

                    • Crisis Line work
                    • Yard work (year-round)
                    • Cleaning
                    • Group facilitation
                    • Special fundraisers
                    • Supply drives

How do you get started on a great volunteer adventure? It's as easy as 1, 2, 3....

Download, fill out and return the volunteer application below. 
Set up an interview and complete background check. 
Begin training! **

Indirect service workers (yard work etc) will be provided a FREE short orientation prior to project.
**Direct service workers (Crisis Line) are required to attend 40 hours of FREE training.


  Call 276-3322 and ask to speak to the volunteer coordinator if you have more questions.

Robbin Ferguison,
Feb 13, 2017, 3:09 PM