Thank you for your interest in the Baltimore County Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence hotline! Each person involved with the hotline is committed to assisting people impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. The training consists of a personalized hybrid training; topics include: crisis response, resource management, hotline counseling, domestic violence, sexual assault, family systems theory, and others.
After completing the training, this is a flexible volunteer opportunity. Simply find the shifts that work for you and answer calls through a cloud based call forwarding system from your own phone. We welcome your questions about this volunteer opportunity and thank you again for your interest in helping individuals and families affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.
The minimum requirements are:
Must be at least 18 years old
Must sign up for a minimum of 2-4 shifts per month (2.5-5 hours in length)
Must attend training and meetings (1 per quarter)
Must complete online records of calls and services provided (required for grant funding)
Must commit to being an active volunteer for a minimum of 1 year
Must possess the following attributes: responsibility, flexibility, dependability and compassion.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County
P.O. Box 3909, Baltimore, MD 21222, US
Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County, Inc. provides essential and life-saving services to family members experiencing conflict and family violence.
The Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County, Inc. is a private non-profit (301-C) service agency that provides comprehensive and life saving services to family members experiencing family conflict and family violence. Established in 1978, the Family Crisis Center provides the only on-site, anonymous Emergency Safe Shelter services to adult and child victims of domestic violence for up to 90 days, Transitional Shelter services to qualified victims of domestic violence up to 6 months, Victim Advocate services, Individual and Family Counseling services, and Abuser Intervention services to perpetrators of family violence.