YWCA Missoula is calling for compassionate and dedicated individuals to step up and make a difference in the lives of domestic and sexual violence survivors. Becoming a volunteer advocate is not just a role; it’s a chance to immerse yourself in a rewarding experience where your actions can directly impact the lives of survivors in our community.
As an advocate, you will have the opportunity to work directly with people in crisis, providing vital support and empowerment. There are various ways you can contribute, from answering the 24/7 crisis line to supporting survivors at our walk-in counseling center. Additionally, you can assist with therapeutic play activities for children at the domestic violence shelter, helping create a safe and healing environment.
The upcoming advocate training sessions at YWCA Missoula will equip you with the skills and knowledge needed for this important role. The training dates are as follows:
Monday, February 26th, 5-9 PM
Wednesday, February 28th, 5-9 PM
Thursday, February 29th, 5-9 PM
Monday, March 4th, 5-9 PM
Wednesday, March 6th, 5-9 PM
Thursday, March 7th, 5-9 PM
Monday, March 11th, 5-9 PM
Wednesday, March 13th, 5-9 PM
Thursday, March 14th, 5-9 PM
By participating in this training, you’ll gain the necessary tools to support survivors on their journey to rebuilding their lives. If you’re interested in becoming an advocate at our domestic violence shelter or crisis line, take the first step by completing our volunteer interest form. You can also reach out to Katie at (406) 543-6691 for more information.
Join us in making a positive impact and fostering a community of support for those who need it most. Your commitment can be the beacon of hope survivors are seeking.