DO NOT USE THIS WEBSITE IF YOU SUSPECT YOUR COMPUTER IS BEING MONITORED.
Find a safe way to use the internet by accessing a safe computer. Even if you take cautionary steps such as using an email that your abuser cannot access or deleting stored information from your web browser, your abuser may be able to see what web sites you have been visiting and emails you have been sending.
Volunteering & Training Materials
- Work with survivors of sexual and domestic violence and child abuse.
As a volunteer for HOPE Center, you will:
- Put your beliefs into action.
- Get the kind of real-world experience employers look for.
- Connect with a lively and committed group of advocates.
- Undergo training according to state guidelines that will leave you certified, prepared, and empowered.
- Participate in diverse life experiences that foster real personal growth.
- Know that you are doing something that really matters!
You will make a difference!
You can contribute to social change!
Our trainings have limited seating and will fill up fast.
Contact HOPE Center for an application- 507.332.0882
Volunteer-related documents (all PDFs):
- Actions You Can Take
- Volunteer poster
- Criminal background check
- Sexual misconduct check
- Board of Directors Application
- Contact sheet (for current Safeline volunteers)
How much do you know about domestic violence?
We offer free, 40-hour training sessions twice each year. The next advocate training will be in Northfield in the Spring of 2017. Interested? Give us a call for more details.
For those of you who can’t commit to the training or aren’t interested in doing one-on-one advocacy, but still want to contribute to HOPE Center, we have a solution! We’ve just launched the Occasional Hero list, which we’ll use to send out the call for assistance with one-time events, specialized skills, or short-term projects. If you’re willing to join the list, please call or send an email to estaab @ hopecentermn.org.