Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Program (DVSA) Volunteer Mentor & ESL Tutor
Russian Oregon Social Services
This individual's purpose is to provide individual support and mentoring to Russian-speaking survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in order to ease their transition to their new country, help them to develop life skills, learn or improve their English, and introduce them to American culture, traditions, and laws. By providing these services, volunteer mentors will help decrease survivors’ feelings of isolation and anxiety. Job can be done remotely with potential for some in-person work if interested.
To apply, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a letter of intent and a summary of professional experience/education.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Russian Oregon Social Services
7931 NE Halsey St., Ste. 304, Portland, OR 97213, US
Our mission is to successfully integrate Russian-speaking immigrants and refugees into Oregon and southwest Washington communities by providing services that increase independence, enable economic self-sufficiency, and improve mental and physical well-being.
To meet the needs of the Russian-speaking emerging community, our services include crisis intervention, long-term case management, individualized resource planning/referrals, advocacy, assistance obtaining protective orders and communication with law enforcement, emotional support, mental health counseling, safety planning, assistance accessing low-cost / free legal services, assistance with temporary / transitional housing, short-term financial assistance and support groups.