Volunteer at Peace at Home Shelter 

Current Opportunities 

There are two types of volunteer opportunities at Peace at Home Family Shelter: Direct and Indirect service. Direct service opportunities involve interacting and working with clients served by Peace at Home. Indirect service opportunities involve work in the community to support the mission of Peace at Home.

Direct Service Opportunities

Crisis Chat Line Volunteer

Crisis Chat Line Volunteers will provide crucial support and immediate response to those in crisis, experiencing trauma, need support or empowerment, or looking for resources and/or contact with Peace at Home staff. Volunteers are expected to work a 2-hour shift regularly, which can be performed at home using their own computer. There is a commitment of 6 months expected. Selected volunteers will be expected to complete mandatory volunteer training and crisis line training and will be provided support and back-up by Peace at Home staff members whenever needed.

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Professional Volunteers

Volunteers providing professional services can volunteer on-site supervised by staff members occasionally without having to go through the volunteer training process. If you would like to provide free services to clients off-site, Peace at Home can refer clients, but it will ultimately be up to the clients to reach out for services. The purpose of this policy is to protect the confidentiality of our clients.

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Interested in volunteering or have questions? Contact Dani Dean, our Volunteer Coordinator.

Email contact@peaceathomeshelter.com

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Indirect Service Opportunities

Peace at Home Allies (Coming Soon!)