Volunteer and Internship Information
Transitions Family Violence Services was founded by volunteers in 1977 and volunteers remain an integral part of Transitions’ work and play a vital role in our day-to-day operations and activities. Last year 69 volunteers provided more than 8,000 hours of service.
Volunteering for Transitions will not only change your life, it will help to change the lives of children and adults who have been affected by domestic violence. Your time, talents and dedication can help someone regain their self-esteem and independence and start them on the path to a violence-free future. Whether you are interested in crisis intervention on our 24-hour hotline, our children’s program, community education or any other advocacy area, there is a place for you fulfill your desire to serve.
Our 32-hour training course includes an orientation to the agency, its history, programs, and structure, as well as training and hands-on experience in client service delivery.
You can volunteer or intern in the following ways:
Volunteer Training Classes Winter 2017
- All times are 6pm-9pm unless otherwise noted
- Tuesday, January 17th – Saturday, January 21, 2017 (9am-3pm).
- Monday, January 23rd
- Wednesday, January 25th through Thursday, January 27th.
- Snow dates are Monday, January 30th and Tuesday, January 31st.
The times are subject to change, but the dates are firm. State accreditation standards mandate that all volunteers must complete at least 32-hours of training – this means that attendance in all classes is necessary.
The classes will be held at our Client Services Center located in Downtown Hampton.
Please contact Regina Johnson at (757) 728-0025 for more information.