Volunteers are an integral part of our work, empowering victims of domestic violence to survive and thrive by nurturing their self-determination and courage. We are grateful for the time and effort volunteers dedicate to making our community a safer place to live.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old.
Complete volunteer application and three background checks.
Schedule an interview with the Volunteer Coordinator.
Complete AR Mandated Reporter certification and 5 hours of domestic violence training.
Complete Peace at Home volunteer orientation.
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.
Chat Line Volunteers will provide crucial support and immediate response to those in crisis, experiencing trauma, needing support or empowerment, looking for resources, or contacting Peace at Home staff.
Support Peace at Home clients and staff by providing childcare to children while their parents attend counseling and support group sessions.
Do you identify as a social justice-minded individual with a passion to eradicate and provide advocacy about domestic violence in your community?
Are you interested in gaining leadership experience and deepening your understanding of council service?