Tier 2: Semi-Direct Service (Non-Advocacy)
Tier 2 Volunteers are not direct-service advocates, and do not have Victim and Crisis Worker Privilege. Background check required. Tier 2 volunteers require only 5 hours of training rather than 20 hours required of direct service volunteers.
Tier 2 5-hour volunteer trainings are held in June, September, December, and March.
Transportation Team: Provide Transportation to Domestic Violence Survivors. Many domestic violence survivors do not have access to reliable transportation as they navigate their next steps in healing and moving forward in their lives. Help Steps to End Domestic Violence service users get to their appointments, job interviews, the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf, and even move furniture to their new residences during weekday work hours, evenings, and/or weekends. You must have your own, safe vehicle, an active driver's license, and liability insurance.
Check back periodically for updates about our Tier 2 Volunteer needs!