- 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.
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.
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.
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