Volunteer Crisis Line Advocates needed

One of our most vital services we offer is a 24/7 crisis line and that service need you! If you have always thought about doing more to end domestic and sexual violence in our community, become a volunteer advocate and provide crisis intervention and support to survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Crisis Line Advocate training is held twice a year, typically in the early fall and winter. Training will take place over 2 weeks for a total of 38 hours, plus two hours of shadowing a staff advocate. Learn more about this April’s volunteer training here: https://thefriendshipcenter.org/2015/08/volunteer-crisis-line-advocacy-training/

Check out the Crisis Line Volunteer Form and Application for more information.

Email Gina at gina.b@thefriendshipcenter.org or call 442-6800 with any questions and to register.

Volunteers Needed:

For those interested in non-crisis line volunteer opportunities, please fill out the Volunteer Application and email it to us at ladawn.w@thefriendshipcenter.org or fax it to us at 442-6809.

Download Volunteer Application

Pet Foster Volunteers Wanted: 

We are looking for safe local foster homes for pets whose owners have fled a domestic violence situation and are living in our shelter. We will provide food for the pets and ensure they are up-to-date on shots. If you can provide a safe and loving home to a pet in need during a time of crisis in their owner’s life, we would love to work with you! Please fill out the Pet Foster Volunteer Application and email it to gina.b@thefriendshipcenter.org, fax to (406)442-6809, or drop it off at 1430 N. Sanders.

Subscribe to our E-Updates!

* indicates required

TFC E-Updates

Email Format

Upcoming Events