Why become a volunteer?
victims served during 2019
sessions of service in 2019
Volunteers are an important part of being able to offer our services at no cost for victims and their families. We are so thankful for their commitment to our organization and our community.
HOW TO BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Volunteer Advocates receive comprehensive 30-hour training to become a Volunteer Sexual Assault Victim Advocate. Volunteer Advocates are expected to provide on-call service for a minimum of 24 hours a month, respond to local hospitals within 30 minutes, provide advocacy and crisis intervention for survivors of child abuse and sexual assault (children, and adults) in-person and over the phone. They are invited to participate in community education and awareness activities and provide volunteer support to RCSAS special events and fundraisers.
Other ways to support rcsas
If you can't commit to becoming a volunteer advocate right now, you can still help us by furthering our mission-- creating a community free from sexual violence. Ways to help:
Post or share our posts about our services on social media
Host a training session for professionals
Talk to youth in your life about healthy relationships
Refer friends and family that may benefit from our services
Tell others about opportunities to support our organization