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The Cumbee Center could not provide 24-hour crisis intervention, counseling and emergency shelter without its dedicated corps of volunteers and community support.
Volunteers do everything from reading and playing with children at the safe house to providing after hour crisis intervention. Others may cut grass or help with general office work. Whether you have an hour once a month or eight hours a week, the Cumbee Center could use you and would appreciate your time and talents.
Our Center holds a 25-hour volunteer training multiple times a year. Along with the Cumbee Center's victim service providers, representatives of several area agencies as well as city and county offices donate their time and skills to train potential volunteers.
CAAP has long valued the ability of volunteer advocates to provide crisis intervention, support and assistance to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Volunteers provide support and advocacy for victims after work hours, 365 days a year. For over 25 years, our volunteers have responded to crisis calls, providing a nonjudgmental listening ear.