Volunteers are the backbone of CADV. Our volunteers are extraordinary people who give much of their time and energy so that CADV can run smoothly. These people are as important to the operating of the center as the Board and Staff. We appreciate all they do for us and for those whom we provide services to.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, the following are some positions available and brief descriptions. Each requires agency training and criminal background check before beginning.

  • Crisis Line Work
    Volunteer answers 24-hr hotline to provide telephone crisis intervention, information, and referral and complete a Hotline Contact Sheet documenting each call received.

  • Hospital Advocate
    Involves face-to-face contact with victims and their families. Advocates are on call for a scheduled period of time each month. Advocates will respond as needed to the hospital emergency department to provide support and information to domestic and sexual violence victims that are brought in to be treated and their injuries documented.

  • Administrative/Clerical Support
    Assists the administrative staff with daily duties including answering the office telephone, making copies, filing, preparing mailings, maintaining databases, etc.

  • Transportation
    Provides transportation for clients and their children to and from various locations such as Dr. appointments, pharmacies, attorneys, school activities, etc.

  • Child Care
    Provides child care for women during support groups, educational groups, court, and Dr. appointments. Many of these hours are Tuesday evenings while mothers (both sheltered and not) are attending support group.

  • Life Skills Class Facilitator
    Trains residents in life skills, such as balancing check books, finances, basic health care, and dietary needs for selves and children.

  • Informational Booths & Speakers Bureau
    Provides assistance with planning and implementing special events such as school fairs, health fairs, church events, and educational booths throughout the Tri-County area.

  • After Care Program
    Provides transitional assistance to specific clients in moving through the continuum of care necessary for a violence-free life after shelter or other CADV services.

  • Building & Yard Maintenance
    Assists with general maintenance such as painting, carpentry, electrical, trimming trees, mowing, etc.

  • Donations
    Assists with picking up, sorting through, and distributing donations received.

  • Translation
    We see a growing number of victims in our community that speak little or no English. We are in need of volunteers who are fluent in foreign languages such as Spanish, Russian and others to translate so that victims may also receive the same high-quality crisis services that English speaking victims receive.



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Citizens Against Domestic Violence, Inc
Serving Miller, Morgan, Benton and Camden Counties

(888) 809-SAFE (7233)

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