24 Hour Crisis Line
| Trabajamos con Centro Hispano para coordinar servicios para nuestras clientes hispanohablantes.
|There's always a computer trail, but click here to exit quickly|
Q&A: The Willow Domestic Violence Center
What is the Willow Domestic Violence Center?
What do volunteers do at The Willow Domestic Violence Center?
Volunteer Advocates provide one-on-one peer counseling to survivors of domestic violence either in person or on the crisis line, provide court advocacy, do activities with children in our emergency shelter, participate in community education, and more!
Why should I volunteer at The Willow Domestic Violence Center?
Our volunteers make an impact in the lives of battered women and children who are escaping physical, sexual, emotional, spiritual and financial violence everyday. As a volunteer advocate at The Willow Domestic Violence Center, you will provide vital services to survivors of abuse. Volunteering with our organization has also been helpful to students in providing experience and references for graduate school, internships, and employment endeavors.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at The Willow Domestic Violence Center!
Volunteer training is held two to three times every year. This is a thorough training consisting of domestic violence education as well as providing fundamental preparation for the hands-on work done by The Willow Domestic Violence Center volunteer advocates.
As an advocate with The Willow Domestic Violence Center you will be able to provide a variety of services to survivors of domestic violence. You will be trained to answer the crisis line, provide peer counseling, facilitate support groups, do activities with kids, provide court advocacy, and many other free and confidential services.
If you have any questions please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 785.331.2034 ext. 104 or click here to email.