come from all walks of life. They are nurses, PA's, homemakers,
career women, black, white, hispanic, old, and young.
Their common interest is in the victims we serve. Some
have been victims of sexual assault themselves. Some
have had a family member or a close friend who has been
We are often the first responders to victims at the hospital and may be the
first person they reveal their past to on the Crisis Line. Either way, after
being trained, our volunteers are anxious to help those in need. They are well
trained on Rape Trauma and what a victim may look or sound like.
It is comforting for the victim to hear us say," I am sorry this happened
to you. I believe you."
You can be there for the victim of rape or sexual assault at her lowest point.
You can be a beacon of hope, so that with aid and support, she can re-organize
her life and begin her healing.
Join us. We need you. They need you.
Serve directly on the crisis line, giving support and information to victims
and their families. The crisis line is a 24 hours/ 7 days a week service.
Be on call to assist in the emergency room when a sexual assault survivor needs
the support the Rape Crisis Center offers.
Become a sexual assault advocate/crisis intervention volunteer at the Rape Crisis Center! Volunteers support victims of sexual assault through the 24 hour crisis line and hospital response. We are looking for mature, empathetic, non-judgmental and dedicated individuals to... make a difference in our community.
If interested, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 912-233-3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an application. The next volunteer training dates are TBA. In order to become a volunteer, you must attend all sessions.
All applicants must be at least 21 years old and submit to a criminal background check.