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Crisis Line Advocate for Abuse and Assault Survivors

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ORGANIZATION: SOS of the Family Justice Center

  • 36 people are interested

S-O-S is the 24-hour crisis line for St. Joseph County for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. Volunteer Advocates provide emotional support and information at local hospital emergency departments and on the phone to adults and children who unfortunately have been subjected to victimization.

Volunteer Advocates are an invaluable component to the S-O-S mission; without them we could not do the work that we do! Our Volunteer Advocates come from all walks of life, and the majority are community members living, working, and attending school in the Michiana area.

Volunteer Advocates receive 40 hours of training at no cost prior to joining the S-O-S program. Training opportunities are held throughout the year. For more information contact the Family Justice Center at 574-234-6900, or apply online today at https://bttr.im/xqhsh.

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About SOS of the Family Justice Center


533 N. Niles Avenue, Door 1, South Bend, IN 46617, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to stop intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and abuse; make victims safer, hold batterer's accountable; provide long-term support for victims, survivors and their children through collaboration and coordinated services.


The Family Justice Center of St. Joseph County is the county's Rape Crisis Center and leader in domestic violence and stalking advocacy services. S-O-S is our 24/7 crisis response program, providing phone and hospital advocacy.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Crisis Support
Justice & Legal
Advocacy & Human Rights, Crisis Support, Justice & Legal


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations South Bend, IN 46617



  • Mental Health
  • Advocacy
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Patient Care
  • Psychology
  • Social Work




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Will need to be able to commit to being on-call for a 6 hour shift during the week to respond to the rape-crisis 24-hr hotline.
  • S-O-S Advocates complete a free 36-40 hour training prior to taking a weekly shift. During the weekly on-call shift the S-O-S Advocate remains available to take phone calls from the 24-hour Rape-Crisis hotline and/or provide hospital accompaniment .

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