Volunteer escorts, greeters, and monitors are needed to support visitation services. These community child victim advocates will be screened and trained to oversee visits between children and their non-custodial parents. A few hours a month and a sincere desire to help a family in need can do wonders for a child seeking comfort.
Douglas County Foster and Court Involved Children Need Volunteers for Supervised Visits!
The Family Bridge Visitation Center is looking for volunteers! Lending a hand not only fosters community well-being, but is sure to be a rewarding experience.
We are seeking volunteer visitation monitors, escorts, and greeters.
If you know of someone who would make a great visitation center volunteer, please direct them to Family Bridge: Community Visitation and Services Center of Douglas County.
Thank you for taking the time to consider this volunteer opportunity. Your future help will be greatly appreciated, and, like many current volunteers, you will find the volunteer experience to be a rewarding one.
Please complete the on-line volunteer application and our Education Coordinator will contact you regarding next steps in the process.
You may email us at email@example.com for more information.
- General Requirements:
- Minimum age 21
- Consent to criminal history background check
- Complete required 8 hours of pre-service class room training
- Complete pre-service independent learning
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