WomenSafe offers volunteer training

MIDDLEBURY — WomenSafe, an Addison County nonprofit organization working to prevent, address and end dating, domestic, intimate-partner and sexual violence are accepting applications for their Annual Volunteer Training.
The training is ideal for those with a desire to help to make this community a more just and safe place to live, or looking for a rewarding volunteer experience. The comprehensive and dynamic training opportunity is scheduled to start on  Saturday Sept. 22. WomenSafe is encouraging community members to apply  now.
Participants will acquire all the tools needed to: provide direct  service through WomenSafe’s 24-hour hotline, at court hearings and in the  office; coordinate public awareness and community outreach events; and provide  childcare or perform administrative assistance tasks. Space is limited.
For  more information or an application packet, call WomenSafe at 802-388-9180, email  [email protected] or visit womensafe.net.

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