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Crisis Response Team Advocate

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Safe Harbor Crisis Center

  • 29 people are interested
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Are you level headed in a crisis? You may be a good fit for the crisis response team.

Safe Harbor has a highly trained volunteer crisis response team that responds to sexual assault calls. These positions require a good deal of training and experience and a cool head in a crisis with a strong grounding in available services in Davis County. Crisis Team Advocates are on-call after hours (evenings and weekends) and are dispatched through law enforcement when there has been police involvement with a sexual assault situation. Volunteers meet with victims to offer support, resources and referrals. Volunteers are generally on call one shift (6-8 hours) per week. To become a Crisis Team Advocate call 801-660-6104 or email volunteer@safeharborhope.org

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About Safe Harbor Crisis Center



Mission Statement

Safe Harbor, a non-profit organization, provides shelter, supportive services and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as education, awareness and resources to our community.


Safe Harbor Crisis Center is the first and ONLY domestic violence and rape crisis center in Davis County, UT. Safe Harbor Crisis Center opened its doors in 1997 and served more than 300 adults and children in the first year of operation. Since then our services continued to expand to meet survivor and community needs. Our free comprehensive, client-centered services now include: Emergency Protective Shelter; Domestic Violence Outreach Services; Diversity Program; Children’s Services; 24-Hour Crisis Response; Transitional Housing; Sexual Assault Services; Protective Order Assistance; and Community Outreach and Education. Plus, in 2015 we launched an Economic Empowerment Program helps low-income domestic violence survivors with dependent children with job preparedness and work retention. We could not function without volunteers, who donated over 5,000 hours in the last year. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities and hope you will join our team in ending violence in the community.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Crisis Support
Emergency & Safety


We'll work with your schedule.


PO Box 772Kaysville, UT 84037



  • Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • People Skills
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Relationship Building


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 6 month commitment
  • Must attend a New Volunteer Orientation & complete 40-hour rape crisis training & on-going training.

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