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Help a local child in the face of trauma - provide comfort and compassion

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ORGANIZATION: CARE House of Oakland County

  • 360 people are interested

Help create a comforting and welcoming environment for children visiting CARE House. Volunteers in our Child Assist role help children who are being forensically interviewed regarding allegations of abuse. Child Assist's greet the child(ren) at our front door and help them settle in to their private waiting rooms by providing snacks and activities. Forensic interviews are scheduled Monday - Friday during office hours, and volunteers are able to set their own schedules. If you have a passion for helping kids, this is the perfect position for you!

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About CARE House of Oakland County


44765 woodward Ave., Pontiac, MI 48341, US

Mission Statement

CARE House of Oakland County is a leading resource in the prevention of child abuse and neglect and the protection of children through advocacy, education, intervention, reseach and treament, in collaboration with the community.


CARE House, aka Child Abuse and Neglect Council, was established 30 years ago by a collation of communities groups, including the prosecutor, police agencies, the Junior League of Birmngham to develop program to abate the growing issues of child abuse amd neglect. About 15 years ago the agency became an "child advocacy" center, where children alleged victimes of sexual or severe physical abuse or sexual assault are interviewed by a forensic interviewer while police, prosecutor, and protective services observe. The multi-discipline approach reduces the traumatization of children who have experienced these events.

CARE House presents various educational programs to the community in an effort to educate the community on its responsibility to protect children. Recently the agency added Stewards of Children program to its educational aspect.

Another program is our participation in the Healthy Start collaborative to provide support for new mothers for up to five years. We also hold parent education classes using the Nuuring Parent model.

In additional we are an affiliated program with National CASA to provide court advocacy for children under jurisdiction of the 6th Circuit Court Family Division for negelct and abuse .


Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Crisis Support
Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, Crisis Support


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44765 Woodward Ave.Pontiac, MI 48341


  • Child Welfare
  • Child Care
  • Youth Services
  • Pediatrics
  • Child Advocacy
  • Social Work


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Volunteer session lasts 2-4 hours, minimum commitment two shifts monthly
  • Passion for children

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