Working with the court system, filing legal paperwork, and trying to stay safe can be a daunting process. That's where you come in! Court advocates help people seeking emergency protective orders against those who have harassed, assaulted, or stalked them fill out and submit the necessary paperwork.
Volunteers make sure that victims are heard, seen, and supported as they write their incident statements, figure out their next steps, and plan for their safety going forward. They make sure that the client understands what the protective order is and what options they have. At all times, advocates must speak up for the best interests of the client.
If you want a fast-paced volunteer experience, this opportunity might be a perfect fit. Fill out an application at http://dvis.org/donate/volunteer-2/
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION SERVICES INC
3124 E. Apache Street, TULSA, OK 74110, US
To rebuild lives affected by domestic violence and sexual assault through advocacy, shelter, counseling, and education.
Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS), a Tulsa Area United Way partner agency, is the only nonprofit agency in Tulsa, Okla., and the surrounding communities providing comprehensive intervention and prevention services to men, women and children affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking.
DVIS offers a 24-hour information and crisis line 918.7HELP.ME (918.743.5763), hospital support to victims of sexual assault, counseling, transitional living, emergency shelter services, legal services, and numerous outreach and community education initiatives.
We are an inclusive, trauma-informed agency serving people of all races, religions, abilities, sexual orientations and gender expressions.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Emergency & Safety
Justice & Legal
We'll work with your schedule.
Family Safety Center600 Civic CenterTulsa, OK74103
January 23, 2020
Verbal / Written Communication
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Scheduled shifts after successful completion of orientation, online victim advocacy training, and shadowing program. Total training = 30 hrs + 16 hrs in-service after 1st yr.
Must be non-judgmental, compassionate, reliable, and passionate about speaking up for others. Must have clear interpersonal boundaries.