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COMMUNITY SAFETY NETWORK

Volunteers change lives.


CSN volunteers reflect the fabric of our community; they are all genders, all ethnicities, all socio-economic backgrounds, all ages. Prior experience is not required; the only prerequisites are empathy, an open mind, and a desire for safe, equitable relationships for all.


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COMMUNITY SAFETY NETWORK

Volunteers change lives.


CSN volunteers reflect the fabric of our community; they are all genders, all ethnicities, all socio-economic backgrounds, all ages. Prior experience is not required; the only prerequisites are empathy, an open mind, and a desire for safe, equitable relationships for all.


Scroll down to see volunteer opportunities


HELP US SUPPORT OTHERS

Community Safety Network Volunteer Opportunities

BECOME AN ADVOCATE

Learn more about training


All volunteers interacting with clients are required to complete the 40-hour training course.


CSN volunteers are referred to as advocates and our volunteer training is called “Advocacy Training.” Training is split into two sections. Advocacy 1 is for any and all community members who are curious to learn more about the dynamics of abuse and how they can advocate for a culture without gender-based violence. If you desire to volunteer alongside clients, then you can continue onto Advocacy 2, which focuses on direct-client service, therapeutic support tools, and helpline scenario practice. Training is free and offered several times a year.


Volunteer opportunities include:

  • helpline shifts
  • shelter managing
  • childcare
  • administrative help
  • education
  • community events

BECOME AN ADVOCATE

Learn more about training


All volunteers interacting with clients are required to complete the 40-hour training course.


CSN volunteers are referred to as advocates and our volunteer training is called “Advocacy Training.” Training is split into two sections. Advocacy 1 is for any and all community members who are curious to learn more about the dynamics of abuse and how they can advocate for a culture without gender-based violence. If you desire to volunteer alongside clients, then you can continue onto Advocacy 2, which focuses on direct-client service, therapeutic support tools, and helpline scenario practice. Training is free and offered several times a year.


Volunteer opportunities include:

  • helpline shifts
  • shelter managing
  • childcare
  • administrative help
  • education
  • community events

You can support lasting change in the lives of those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

To learn more about volunteering with Community Safety Network, contact:


Adrian Croke
Director of Prevention & Education


EMAIL: adrian@csnjh.org   •   PHONE: 307-733-3711

 

You can support lasting change in the lives of those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

To learn more about volunteering with Community Safety Network, contact:


Adrian Croke
Director of Prevention & Education


EMAIL: adrian@csnjh.org
   PHONE: 307-733-3711


The power to change lives is in your hands.

To achieve such wide community reach, Community Safety Network relies on the generous support of our volunteers and donors. As a 501c3 nonprofit, we work to fulfill our mission of fostering lasting change in the lives of people affected by domestic violence.

 
 

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