Advocate Training Begins January 23

December 7, 2022

YWCA Missoula is looking for compassionate and dedicated volunteers to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Being an advocate is an immersive and rewarding volunteer experience, where you will work directly with people in crisis and have the chance to really make a difference. Some opportunities include answering the 24/7 crisis line, supporting survivors at our walk-in counseling center, and assisting with therapeutic play activities for kids at the domestic violence shelter. Most of all, you will believe survivors, listen to their experiences, and empower them to re-build the lives they choose.

Interested in becoming an advocate at our domestic violence shelter/ crisis line? Start by completing this volunteer interest form! Or call Katie at (406) 543-6691.

Volunteer advocate training includes 9 training sessions between January 23rd and February 9th.

Training dates:
Monday, January 23rd: 5-9pm
Wednesday, January 25th: 5-9pm
Thursday, January 26th: 5-9pm
Monday, January 30th: 5-9pm
Wednesday, February 1st: 5-9pm
Thursday, February 2nd: 5-9pm
Monday, February 6th: 5-9pm
Wednesday, February 8th: 5-9pm
Thursday, February 9th: 5-9pm

Questions? Email Katie or call 543-6691.

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