HelpLine facilitates connection through volunteering to help, sustain and strengthen our community.
Delaware/Morrow Volunteer Training
Are you ready to make a difference in someone’s life? Do you want to learn new skills, while helping others? Becoming a HelpLine volunteer will allow you to invest in the lives of others, who often in turn, bring something altruistic into your life.
For more information about either the Delaware/Morrow SARN Volunteer or Crawford/Wyandot SARN Volunteer Training opportunities contact: Lauren via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sexual Assault Response Network (SARN) Program Volunteer
The SARN Program depends on caring volunteers to be on call and provide emotional support to victims of sexual assault at local hospitals and/or law enforcement departments. Volunteers receive extensive training in the area of sexual assault and help give victims the crucial support they need to get through the initial trauma of being a victim and move into recovering from this experience. Trained volunteers may also help with violence prevention programs and community outreach efforts.
Crawford/Wyandot Volunteer Training
Looking for an opportunity to make a meaningful investment while helping others? Rape crisis services in Crawford and Wyandot Counties are being provided and volunteers are needed.
HelpLine’s Sexual Assault Response Network (SARN) program is periodically accepting volunteer applications for those wanting to provide assistance in Crawford and Wyandot Counties. Volunteer advocates would become part of Sexual Assault Response Network (SARN) which provides 24/7 rape crisis advocacy at local emergency and police departments.
For more information on Crawford/Wyandot Volunteer Training contact Lauren at: lfritch@
Connections Volunteer Center
Connections, the Delaware County Volunteer Center, is the central clearinghouse for volunteering in order to contribute to a healthy Delaware County community. To learn more about volunteer opportunities throughout Delaware County, visit the Connections website at www.connectionsvolunteercenter.org.