Your time can be someone else's lifeline.

DVSAS Volunteers ensure that no matter when it is, or where they are, victims of violence or assault don’t have to be alone. From answering the 24-hour helpline, to working with children affected by violence, to reaching out to the community to share resources, volunteers help each survivor find their voice and take back their lives. Apply to volunteer today!

If you are interested in attending our training for professional development, please fill out the volunteer application. We typically cap it at 5 professionals per training.

Advocacy Counselor Training

DVSAS Advocacy Counselor Training (ACT) is required for all volunteers interested in working directly with client and doing outreach. This 52-hour course will provide you with the skills you need to help survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault heal themselves.

Other Ways to Get Involved

Events and Tabling

DVSAS has several fundraising events throughout the year and we always need volunteers. Check out the Events page or send an email to the Event Coordinator for more information.

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