I. Choose a way to volunteer:
1. Victim Response
Make a direct impact by becoming a volunteer advocate or crisis-line responder. To volunteer in these capacities, you are required to complete a 40-hour crisis intervention training during which you'll learn proper crisis intervention procedures as well as the effects of sexual violence, court process, and how to provide support in an emergency room. Each year, Hearts of Hope sponsors two volunteer training series. Sign up below to start volunteering!
2. Office Volunteer/ Internship
If you are interested in helping Hearts of Hope, but don’t have the time to commit to the victim advocacy training, you are always welcome help at the office; no work experience is required.
If you're a UL- Lafayette student in undergrad or a graduate school student in a social work program, Hearts of Hope would love to have you on board.
Fill out the form below.
Are you between the ages of 13-18? Want to learn more about child sexual abuse prevention or volunteer to effect change in your community? Fill out the form below to help end sexual violence. Volunteering allows students to build their resume as well as their confidence and leadership skills.