Are you ready to make a difference in someone’s life? Do you want to learn new skills, while helping others? Become a HelpLine volunteer will allow you to invest in the lives of others, who often in turn, bring something altruistic into your life.
We are NOW accepting volunteer applications for the October training – learn more.
Contact HelpLine Volunteer Coordinator, Shilo Gall, email@example.com or 614.507.5703 to participate in one or more of the following programs:
24-hour Crisis Hotline Volunteer
Our 24-hour hotline needs dedicated, compassionate volunteers to assist in answering calls from people needing emotional support or information about community services. HelpLine has a comprehensive training program that prepares volunteers in the areas of communication, listening skills, problem solving, and resource & referral.
Stewards of Children Program Volunteer
The Stewards of Children program is a revolutionary sexual abuse prevention training program that educates adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The free, 3-hour training program is designed for those who serve and engage with children and youth. The program believes and teaches that child safety is an adult’s job.
SARN (Sexual Assault Response Network) Volunteer
The SARN depends on caring volunteers to be on call and provide emotional support to victims of sexual assault at local hospitals and/or law enforcement offices. 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.
Boys and Girls Empowerment Groups
It’s a Girls World! and It’s a Guy Thing are looking for facilitators/co-faciliators for our multi-session age focused group that seeks to cultivate a healthy self-images, promote healthy lifestyle development and relationships through the use of critical thinking and creative activities for girls and boys ages 9 to 18 years of age. The program is offered either over 10-weeks through one hour sessions or in a day-long retreat format for up to 12 girls or boys per group.
- Body Image and Media Analysis
- Healthy Relationships, Bodies and Minds
- Goal Setting
- Girls’ Rights and Supporting other Girls and Women
- Gender Equality
- Assertiveness Development and Self-Defense
- Creating Healthy Masculinity
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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.delawarecountyvolunteer.org