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ASPEN relies on the work of volunteers to provide essential services to victims of domestic and sexual violence.  Please take some time to review the information below to learn more about how volunteers support our mission and how you can get involved.

There are many different ways to donate your time to ASPEN. Choose the option that best fits your schedule and skill set.

Support Line Advocate

Being a volunteer support line advocate includes many of the most essential direct service duties including:

  • Provide immediate assistance, crisis intervention, and non-judgmental support to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence on our 24-hour support line

  • Increase safety for victims and their families by finding shelter and helping develop safety plans

  • Empower victims and survivors by providing them with information, resources, and referrals  



  • Complete 2 days of training plus shadow shifts

  • Complete a background check

  • A minimum of one, weekly night + weekend shift per month (7 days)

Administrative Help

Having volunteers help with clerical work at the office frees up time for our staff members to focus on participants.  Administrative help includes:

  • Data entry

  • Filing

  • Answering phones

  • Getting the mail



  • Complete a background check

  • Training on how to complete the above tasks

Professional & Trade Services Help

If you have skills or services that you think may be of use to ASPEN, please call.

We are always looking for:

  • Carpentry

  • Painting

  • Appliance repair

  • Computer help and repair

  • Electrical work

  • Snow removal

  • Roofing

  • Plumbing

  • General shelter maintenance and upkeep


If you would like to volunteer your services, or be “on call” for the Safe House please let us know!

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