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Crisis Response Volunteer

Crisis Responders

Victim Services of Waterloo Region

   About the Position

Impact Statement
Victim Services of Waterloo Region is fortunate enough to have a fabulous compliment of dedicated volunteers who give their time freely. Without the help of our volunteers, the agency would be unable to provide quality services to the victims of crime and trauma in our Region. While our volunteers are top notch, we are always looking for additional volunteers to enhance our team!

On Call Crisis Response Volunteer

Must be willing to commit to one year of service.
Must be willing to commit to a minimum of four shifts per month.
Must be willing to attend regular Volunteer meetings.
Must possess a valid driver’s license, liability insurance and reliable transportation.
Must successfully complete an interview, reference and criminal records check, online learning modules, as well as the 60 hour volunteer training program.
Must be nineteen years of age or older.
Must be capable of maintaining confidentiality.
Must be able and willing to work as a team member.
Must have problem solving skills.
The ability to speak an additional language is a definite asset.

Position Qualifications

Ideal for: An Individual
Age: 19+

COVID-19 Vaccination Required: Yes

Area(s) of Interest: Caring Support, Conflict / Facilitation, Health Care / Wellness

Skill(s): Cultural Awareness/Sensitivity, Interpersonal Communication, Conflict Resolution, Sensitivity, Empathy

Training / Work Condtions

Training Details: Our 60 hour training program is a combination of in-person and virtual learning modules which includes comprehensive coverage on the following: Intimate Partner Violence, Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Support and Services, Trauma and Crisis Intervention, Grief and Bereavement, Human Trafficking, Missing Persons, Safety Planning, Counselling Services, Cultural Sensitivity, Criminal Justice System, Legal and Financial Matters, Parenting Support and Services, Child and Youth Support and Services
Working Conditions: Volunteers must be 19 years or older and willing to commit to one year of service. A valid driver's license, a reliable vehicle and a Canadian cell phone are required.
Transportation: Car required

Time Commitment

Duration: 1 year or more
Volunteers must be willing to commit to four 8 hour shifts per month. Each Crisis Responder chooses their own shifts.

   Contact Information
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Annette Penney
P.O. Box 3070, 200 Maple Grove Road Cambridge, N3H 5M1
Kitchener,Township of Wilmot,Township of Woolwich,Township of Wellesley,Waterloo,Cambridge,Township of North Dumfries

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