Are you interested in being a domestic violence hotline volunteer? Do you want to volunteer but want to be able to do it while at home? The DVP is looking for volunteers to assist with hotline calls. Hotline volunteer schedules are based on volunteer's availability during the hours of 5p-9a EST, Sunday-Saturday. Reach out via email to our Volunteer Coordinator, Shae at email@example.com!
About Domestic Violence Project of Warren and Washington Counties
35 Broad St, Glens Falls, NY 12801, US
The Domestic Violence Project is a licensed program providing services and support victims of domestic violence and their children. The Domestic Violence Project can inform you of your rights, help with exploring your options, and support the decisions you make.
All services are free, confidential, and self-directed.
24-hour hotline answered by staff and volunteers who will listen without judgement, safety plan, and assist with other issues related to domestic violence.
Safe and confidential places for survivors and their children to temporarily stay to escape abuse and violence.
Community Coordination and Outreach
Advocacy & Human Rights
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
April 12, 2021
Orientation or Training
There is no specific time commitment per week or month as we want the schedule to work best for our volunteers. Hotline volunteers are needed between the hours of 5pm-9am EST Sun-Sat.