Voice of Hope

Volunteer Opportunities

Voice of Hope is always looking for dedicated, caring Volunteer Advocates. If you are interested in being a part of this dynamic organization there are several ways to volunteer:

Call now to get enrolled in our volunteer training program!

  • 24 hour Sexual Assault Hotline; Advocate work designated phone shifts on the hotline
  • 24 Hour Medical Accompaniment; Advocates meet sexual trafficking survivors at the hospital to comfort and assist them throughout the forensic examination.
  • Law Enforcement Accompaniment
  • Advocates provide Judicial Accompaniment
  • Advocates assist with anti-sex trafficking programs

  • Speaker’s Bureau Volunteer Advocates attend health fairs, community gatherings, and any type of community events where LRCC could provide information. Also; speaking to community groups about the services LRCC provides and about sexual violence.

    Please submit the Volunteer Application below.

    REQUIREMENTS: Volunteer Advocates must be 18 years of age or older, pass a criminal background check, complete an application, interview with the Volunteer Coordinator. Once approved, Volunteer Advocates must attend a 40-hour OAG certified training that focuses on working with sexual assault survivors and their families. In addition Volunteer Advocates must be willing to complete 6 hours of continuing education per year.

    Donations Gladly Accepted

    Voice of Hope is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization funded from the generous support of individuals, like yourself, Lubbock Area United Way, Grant from the Office of the Governor & Office of the Attorney General.

    Please send a check or money order payable to:

    Voice of Hope
    P.O. Box 2000
    Lubbock, Texas 79457

    Volunteer Application

    • References- Please list two people other than relatives:
    • Once your application is submitted it will be reviewed and you will be contacted. You will also be asked to sign an application along with a witness. Thanks for your interest in volunteering for the Rape Crisis Center.

    Voice of Hope exists for survivors of sex trafficking/sexual assault.

    The staff, the Board of Directors and the volunteer Advocates of Voice of Hope
    are committed to survivors, their trauma, their courage and
    the resolution of their crisis.