Crisis Line volunteers provide active listening, emotional support and community resources to people who are in crisis, depressed, suicidal, grieving, homeless, mentally ill, or looking for resources.
A 54-hour training program teaches new volunteers everything they need to know to be effective on the 24-hour crisis and information and referral lines. After classroom training and one-on-one mentoring, volunteers work a minimum of one 4-hour shift once a week. Additional in-service training updates are provided throughout the year. The next Call Center Training is scheduled to begin in mid-January, 2021. We are currently offering optional Pre-Start Presentations in anticipation of the January Call Center Training. In order to receive more detailed information about the Call Center Training, please register for a monthly Volunteer Orientation Meeting.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.