Volunteering At The Crisis Centre
Volunteering at the Crisis Centre is a great way to make a contribution to your community.
Volunteering at the Crisis Centre
Volunteering for the Crisis Centre can be a very rewarding experience. The work, although at times challenging, is very fulfilling. Many people from all walks of life, with many different life experiences and backgrounds, choose to volunteer. You do not need any experience, we will ensure you are fully trained and prepared to answer all the calls.
There are many benefits to volunteering with the Crisis Centre. Volunteering brings us into contact with people and issues that we might otherwise not encounter. These experiences can cause us to re-evaluate long-held beliefs and prejudices. In time, new beliefs may arise that are truer to our expanded experience of life.
Volunteering offers career changers opportunities to explore new career fields, try out new skills and gain work experience for their resume. Also, volunteerism provides many opportunities for leaving a legacy. Through volunteering, one can have a lasting impact on individuals, institutions and even communities.
If you are an empathic, caring individual interested in giving back to your community, please find out more about volunteering with us. We would love to have you on board!
We are currently interviewing for our April/May 2020 Training.
April/May training dates include (and you must be available for all of these):
- April 25th and 26th - Classroom training
- May 2nd and 3rd- ASIST training
- May 9th and 10th- Classroom training
To request an application form or get more information, please email the Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Crisis Centre at 5th Floor, 1600 - 3rd Ave (Native Friendship Centre).