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 Post subject: Still in need of Crisis Line Volunteers
Post Posted: May 19, 2016 1:16 pm 
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You can make a difference for victims of domestic violence
We are recruiting VOLUNTEERS* for our 24X7 Crisis Hotline
Volunteers* must participate in a 20 hour Training which will be held at the PeaceWorks Offices

July 8 6pm - 9pm
July 9 10am - 5pm
July 16 10am - 5pm

Training topics include
• Overview of PeaceWorks: history and current programs
• Helping people in crisis
• Understanding the domestic violence cycle and barriers to leaving
• Overview of protective orders and sexual assault
*Volunteers are asked to cover an 8 hour shift once a week from home

For more information or to sign up please call 303-838-7176
or e-mail Laurie Rogers: laurie@mountainpeace.org
Space is limited so please R.S.V.P. by June 24


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 Post subject: Re: Crisis Hotline Training Coming in July
Post Posted: May 24, 2016 1:19 pm 
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Can calls be answered on a home line through the computer or must you go to a call center?


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 Post subject: Re: Crisis Hotline Training Coming in July
Post Posted: May 26, 2016 12:23 pm 
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Yes calls are transferred to your phone - either landline, cell or both. You don't have to sit at home waiting you can do your errands as long as you are willing to pull over or leave the store to answer the call and talk with the caller right then.

Here are some of the topics covered in the training:
Overview of PeaceWorks: history and current programs
Helping people in crisis
Effective communication skills
Understanding the domestic violence cycle and barriers to leaving
Overview of protective orders and sexual assault
Hotline procedures and forms
The training is conducted by PeaceWorks staff, Park County Victims Advocates and possibly one or two more professionals.

Thanks so much for your interest and please let me know if I can answer any more questions. If you'd like to come down to the office and learn more about the training our offices are in Bailey. Next week I'll be available Tuesday - Thursday.

Laurie Rogers
Volunteer Coordinator
laurie@mountainpeace.org
303-838-7176

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The Mountain Peace Boutique supports PeaceWorks, Inc. and the Mountain Peace Shelter.

Our winter hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 10-4.
We are located in downtown Bailey, CO at 60615 US Hwy 285, next to the Knotty Pine. We can be reached at 303.816.2448.


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