Legal Support volunteers assist our Legal Advocates, who work in conjunction with the District Attorney’s Office and Law Enforcement Victim Advocates, to support adult victims involved in the criminal justice and civil court systems by providing legal information and referrals.
The legal system can be a long and confusing process and our Legal Advocates are there to provide emotional support as clients navigate the civil and criminal court systems.
Provide legal advocacy services, information and referrals to domestic violence victims
Concerning restraining orders, divorce, child custody, etc.
Assist victims in understanding both criminal and civil legal processes
Attend court hearings with clients on an as-needed basis
Complete and return an application
Short, informal interview with Volunteer Coordinator
20 hours of training (10 online, 10 in person)
Must be 18
Must complete a background check
We ARE NOT LAWYERS. But, this position would be wonderful for volunteers who want to learn more about the court and judicial systems and the steps many victims have to take to ensure their safety and autonomy in the future.
We do ask that legal support volunteers be flexible with their time as sometimes court orders are given with a short time limit (24 hours). We will work with you to make sure you receive the necessary training to ensure you are comfortable and confident within your position.
The Crisis Center exists to end domestic violence through advocacy, education, and prevention; while helping communities live free of violence.
Advocacy: The Crisis Center tirelessly advocates for our clients and community as it relates to ending violence.
Empowerment: The Crisis Center seeks every opportunity to ensure our clients have the inner strength to be sustainable.
Prevention/Intervention: The Crisis Center seeks to establish and provide useful resources to mitigate all of the circumstances that lead to violent outcomes.
Service/Education: The Crisis Center offers a wide variety of programs, events and ways to learn how to end the cycle of violence.
All services are provided on a non-discriminatory basis regardless of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. We serve persons from all ethnic, cultural and economic groups, of all ages and lifestyles. Our current policy prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or a part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program.
Our Inclusiveness Initiative distinguishes the Crisis Center as a leader in supporting underserved populations of violence victims including teens, the elderly, people of color, mono-lingual individuals, those living in rural areas, those who identify as LGBTQ and males.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Justice & Legal
We'll work with your schedule.
Confidential LocationLittleton, CO80163
November 24, 2020
Must be at least 18
20 hours of training. At least 4 hours of volunteering a month.