Our 24/7 crisis line is one of our most vital services for survivors. If you want to do more to support those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in our community, volunteering to provide crisis intervention and support is an excellent way to help.
All crisis line volunteers are backed up by staff advocates and have an opportunity to shadow staff as part of this five-session hybrid training, happening November 2-11. This training will cover topics like confidentiality, advocate privilege, DVSA basics, and the effects of trauma on the brain and body.
Along with TFC staff, sessions will be facilitated by partners from healthcare, law enforcement, community organizations, and other local service providers.
This 2023 fall training will include the following sessions:
Thursday, November 2, 6-10 PM at The Friendship Center
Saturday, November 4, 8 AM-5 PM at The Friendship Center
Tuesday, November 7, 6-8:30 PM on Zoom
Thursday, November 9, 6-9 PM on Zoom
Saturday, November 11, 8 AM-5 PM at The Friendship Center
Visit the event page to learn more, sign up for our fall crisis line training, or get in touch with questions.
Are you interested in learning about other ways to support our vital services in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month? Learn about the many ways you can give in honor of healthy communities and relationships free from violence.