Domestic Violence Center Office Volunteer
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
119 people are interested
Hope Alliance seeks volunteers to perform a variety of tasks at our administrative office. Tasks are fitted to the volunteers' skill levels and include scanning and filing documents, database work, sorting donations, and much more. Contact us for information regarding an upcoming 1-hour volunteer orientation.
About Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance
1011 Gattis School Road, Suite 106, Round Rock, TX 78664, US
Hope Alliance assists those affected by family and sexual violence by providing services and developing partnerships that lead to hope, healing, and prevention. Hope Alliance provides free, voluntary, confidential services. Our crisis hotline is available 24 hours a day (1-800-460-SAFE) for crisis counseling. An emergency shelter is available to victims of family and sexual violence, including adults and their children. We also provide counseling, support groups, legal advocacy, and help with crime victim's compensation.
The Volunteer Program develops and maintains mutually beneficial relationships between Hope Alliance and the community at large in order to enhance the range of services provided to survivors of family and sexual violence. Volunteers may serve Hope Alliance clients directly or indirectly. To serve directly, volunteers must to attend a 32-40 hour advocacy training to become State Certified Victim's Advocates.
We'll work with your schedule.
1011 Gattis School RoadSuite 110Round Rock, TX 78664
- Administrative Support
- Office Reception
- People Skills
- Basic Computer Skills
- Data Entry
- Professional Development
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 8 hours per month, but we are flexible.
- Must have daytime, regular working hours availability.