Thank you for wanting to empower survivors!

What Our Volunteers Say

Trevor C., Volunteer

“As a future social worker, some of the skills I have developed in my time at the RCC I am certain I will use for many years to come.”

Stephanie L., Volunteer

“Volunteering at the RCC has been nothing short of amazing. Not only do I get to be there for others, but I also learn so much from the people that I help. The many elements I take away from every situation is unique and pushes me to be better in an assertive manner while inserting compassion.”

Amanda P., Volunteer

“Volunteering at The Rape Crisis Center prepared me for my future as a counselor!”

Positions are contingent upon passing the drug test and background check. Additional requirements are below.

Volunteer Requirements


You must be at least 18 years of age


If you have lived experience (with a trauma), we require that at least 5 years have passed since the incident.


Due to our licensing requirements, anyone receiving our services must wait 2 years before they can volunteer.

Volunteer Opportunities


Outreach volunteers represent our organization at health and volunteer fairs by fostering awareness about sexual assault and providing info to the community about our work and impact.


Help out when you have time in the office setting. Includes answering phones, front desk administration, and other administrative duties as needed.


Volunteers work closely with staff hotline operators to provide crisis intervention support and resources to anyone who calls our anonymous 24/7 hotline. All calls are answered on-site from our Center.

The Hospital Advocate is responsible for providing trauma-informed crisis intervention, advocacy, outreach, and emotional support. Advocates provide a variety of direct services and administrative tasks to coordinate and deliver support services and advocate for interventions on behalf of survivors of sexual violence, including domestic violence. This primarily includes direct contact with adult and child survivors of violent crime, law enforcement, partnering community groups/agencies, and the courts. The Hospital Advocate Volunteer will be expected to communicate effectively with law enforcement, community agencies, and diverse populations.

How to Get Started


Fill Out Interest Form

Fill out the “Volunteer Interest Form” below to get started!


 Attend Meeting with

Department Lead & Volunteer Coordinator

Upon acceptance, you will be notified of orientation dates. 



Complete Online Training

The required 40-hour Office of Attorney General training course will take place online. Additional information and details will be provided upon acceptance.

Volunteer Interest Form

Volunteers Form


  • Training and orientation are held at the Rape Crisis Center unless otherwise noted. Attendance at each training session is required to become a volunteer.

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