Volunteers can play an active role in programs that help adults and children who have been  impacted by the criminal justice system. People from all walks of life donate their time and skills to provide a variety of support and services. Their contributions assist the organization to serve a greater number of people in need and to operate cost-effective programs.

Who volunteers at Families in Crisis

  • Men and women at least 18 years of age
  • Bachelors or Masters degree student interns
  • Religious, business  and youth groups
  • Concerned individuals
  • Retired persons

Volunteer opportunities

  • Mentoring
  • Office support
  • Fund development
  • Board of Director member
  • Student placements - casework, group work, community organization and public policy bachelor and master’s level academic internships
  • Donation coordinator - You can volunteer to coordinate with your business, school or faith group to collect bookbags for school time, toys during the holiday season or gift cards for children or caregivers especially for Mother's or Father's Day. 

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Joyce Betts, Chief Operating Officer.