Family Justice Center Volunteer
Utah County Children's Justice Center
Volunteers work with clients that come to the FJC to recieve services from various agencies. Volunteers conduct interviews with the clients to ensure that they recieve the appropriate services and talk with the appropriate agencies. Volunteers assist in coodinating between the clients and the agencies. If the volunteers speak Spanish they assist in translating for the Spanish speaking clientelle. The FJC is held every Tuesday from 5 -8 pm. Volunteers are needed from 4:00 to 8:30 pm every Tuesday to help set up for the clinic and clean up after the clinic. This volunteer experience aligns well with an education in Social work, Behavioral sciences, or a related field. There is a 40 hour trauma training that is required in order to begin this volunteer experience. Due to the level of training we require a 6 month commitment.
About Utah County Children's Justice Center
315 South 100 East, Provo, UT 84606, US
To provide a comprehensive multi disciplinary response to child sexual abuse and serious physical abuse in a neutral, child-focused setting.
The Children's Justice Center is a home-like environment where abused children and their families can receive a coordinated response to their needs at the time sexual or physical abuse of a child is disclosed.