Direct Service Volunteer
12 people are interested
Volunteers with NOVA have the special satisfaction of knowing they have contributed to making a victim feel a little less alone, a little stronger. Whether you choose to work directly with victims, or wish to help with other agency activities, your contributions are needed... and priceless. Without the help of our dedicated volunteers and staff we would not be able to assist the nearly 3,500 victims who contact us each year. NOVA's comprehensive 45-hour training course certifies you as a Sexual Assault Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania. After completing the training, you can participate in the programs below: CRISIS INTERVENTION COUNSELING: Support victims on our 24-hour hotline. Provide face-to-face support to victims of crime in the emergency room and during police interviews.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About NOVA (Network of Victim Assistance)
16 N. Franklin Street, Suite 105, Doylestown, PA 18901, US
Network of Victim Assistance supports, counsels and empowers victims of sexual assault and other crimes and works to eliminate violence in Bucks County through advocacy, community education and prevention programs.
Since 1974, NOVA has been serving survivors of crime and their families in Bucks County. Started initally as Women Organized Against Rape, our services have expanded to help all victims of crime. Young, old, men, women -- all can be touched by crime and all can find help at NOVA.
We'll work with your schedule.
2370 York Road, Suite B-1Suite B-1JamisonJamison, PA 18929
- Mental Health
- Counseling / Mental Health
- Crisis Counseling
- Social Work
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- Upon completion of the 45 hour Sexual Assault Counselor training, volunteers must complete a 6 hour practicum. Volunteers are expected to provide 12-16 hours of volunteer service each month.
- Volunteers must also complete 10 hours of continuing education on an annual basis.