Make a difference in the lives of survivors.


Make a difference in the lives of survivors.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Hope & Healing Survivor Resource Center. We offer many opportunities for individuals and groups to support our services for survivors.

Helping Hands

Community volunteers often do indirect services, where there is very little to no interaction with shelter residents. Examples include cleaning, beautification, administrative work, and sorting donations. Volunteers complete a brief training orientation.

Direct Service

Direct service volunteers provide hotline, hospital advocacy, and other client-facing services. Direct service volunteers complete several training sessions, and are required to pass a background check.

Group Volunteer Projects

Community volunteers are local organizations, clubs, businesses, students, and other groups who wish to complete a one-day service project. Please allow for a minimum of one week’s notice before the project’s expected date.


Our 40-hour volunteer training is accredited through the National Advocate Credentialing Program. At the end of each training, trainees receive a certificate and the option to apply to be a credentialed advocate.

Apply to be a volunteer today!

Learn More

Contact us at DelaneyJ@Hope-Healing.org to learn more, or apply to volunteer today!


All of our services are free and confidential and/or anonymous.

Interpreters and translation can be provided free of charge for all of our services.