The Domestic Violence Resource Center is a nonprofit agency that works toward a future free of violence and works to build a community in which each individual shares the responsibility to create a culture of safety and personal dignity. We work collaboratively to offer safety, support, advocacy, education and a network of services to the residents of Washington County. The DVRCSC is dedicated to both preventing and responding to domestic violence by working to change the social conditions, beliefs and social actions that perpetuate abuse.
Hot line advocates- help answer phones of victims and family members calling in for support, assistance, etc. Training and shadowing will be provided until volunteer is comfortable handling calls on their own.
Special events volunteers are needed to attend community events such as farmers markets, fairs, etc. to promote DVRCSC's mission and services offered to the community. Training and materials provided.
Bulk mail helpers to assist with appeals.
Child care volunteers are needed to watch over children of victims/family members who are participating in various activities at the center.
Call (401) 552-7661 if you are interested in this opportunity or click HERE to register online.