Help empower victims of domestic and sexual violence - Become a crisis line advocate!

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YWCA New Hampshire

  • 60 people are interested

Our volunteer Advocates provide the crucial service of answering our 24-hour crisis hotline for domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking victims. Crisis line volunteers must complete our 30 hour initial training. This training is legally required in order to uphold the confidentiality requirements of this work in addition to fostering the skills needed to provide effective advocacy.

Our advocates need access to safe/reliable transportation, a phone, and a quiet place to take calls without interruptions.

Our comprehensive training is FREE of charge to those who commit to volunteering 2 shifts per month for 1 year.

Trainings are provided several times throughout the year so call for more details.

Internship opportunites are also available.

1 More opportunity with YWCA New Hampshire

Advocacy & Human Rights Crisis Support Women


We'll work with your schedule.


72 Concord StreetManchester, NH 03101



  • Public Advocacy




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Two 12-hour shifts per month from your home.

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