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Community Volunteer

One-time volunteer opportunities do not require training and allow individuals to participate in an array of activities throughout the year. Self-directed food, supplies, and shelter needs drives are examples of one-time opportunities.

Are you or your organization interested in a one- time volunteer experience with ATVP? Call (509)-332-0552 or email advocate7@atvp.org to learn more.

Hotline Volunteer

Crisis Hotline Volunteer opportunities become available twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring. They are available to community members in Whitman and Latah counties. Those who apply for these positions are asked for two references, undergo federal and state background checks, and participate in 40 Hours of Advocate training. Our volunteer advocates at Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse are essential in providing victims services as they are the first voices survivors hear when calling for help. As a volunteer advocate, you will be asked to commit a minimum of one year of service with ATVP. If you are a passionate, committed, and caring individual, this could be the right opportunity.

Spring training 2024 will be March 18th-25th. The training will be a combination of both in-person sessions and on zoom. All application materials are also below and when complete can be emailed to cvs.advocate@atvp.org. For more information about spring training please click here.