Help victims of crime Work collaboratively with emergency personal and community agencies Enjoy a flexible volunteer schedule Benefit from our continuing education and professional development program Learn about your community's resources
Thunder Bay and Area Victim Services requires volunteers with the following qualifications and/or commitment to learning the necessary skills:
Minimum 18 years of age. Ability to commit to a minimum of one year of volunteering. Strong verbal and non-verbal communication skills. Ability to provide non-judgmental, sensitive, emotionally safe service related to victims' needs. Must not have been a client or victim of a traumatic event during the past twelve months, or have issues before the courts. Knowledge of community resources. Willing and able to work in environments that are not allergen free.
Complete Ministry of Attorney General mandated training. Attend continuing education meetings. Commit to a minimum of one year of volunteering.
For More Information Contact:
Alexandria Cockerell- Volunteer Coordinator