Would you like to make a difference?!?
Your energy and compassion can make all the difference in the world to a survivor of sexual violence. As a C.A.S.A. State Certified Advocate, you can translate your concern for individuals and families in crisis into truly meaningful effort. There are many ways to help - so many ways to touch the countless lives shattered by sexual violence and abuse - to help shine a light on the path towards a safe and healthy future.
Requirements for Prospective Advocates:
Applicants must be at least 18 years old.
Applicants must be removed from a personal crisis situation for at least one year before applying to the Volunteer Program.
Applicants must be willing/able to work with diverse populations (cultural, racial, socioeconomic, religious, sexual orientation, etc.)
Applicants must interview with the Volunteer Coordinator prior to being accepted into a training class.
Applicants must give consent for and understand that C.A.S.A. will require Livescan fingerprinting.
Applicants must be able to attend all training sessions totaling 42.5 hours.
Applicants must be able to pay the $50 training fee.
Applicants must be able to attend all on-going trainings (trainings to be held monthly).
Applicants must commit to 12 months of volunteering.
Applicants must complete an application form and attend an orientation session prior to being accepted into the training program by the Volunteer Coordinator.
All trainings take place at the C.A.S.A. office.