Victim Services volunteer advocates are citizens who have been trained to provide support to survivors of domestic/family violence, sexual assault, assault, and homicide. Volunteer advocates provide crisis intervention to meet the needs of individuals affected by crime. Volunteer advocates are required to commit to 24 hours per month of on-call coverage.
Volunteers advocates must attend and successfully complete the Regional Victim Services Training Academy.
To become a Victim Services Volunteer:
- Complete a My Impact Page profile and include “Victim Services” in the textbox for volunteer interests.
- Be available for interview by Victim Services staff and complete a thorough background investigation.
- Attend RRPD Volunteer Orientation
- Top applicants will be invited to attend the Regional Victim Services Training Academy
Contact Victim Services Coordinator Tracy Lyke to express interest and ask any questions you may have. She can be reached by email or by calling 512-341-3124.