Multidisciplinary Team members meet once a month over the noon hour to review and collaborate on select cases. The CAC solicits donated meals for this regular meeting. Restaurants, service organizations and church groups have all provided this meal for 30-35 people, either through restaurant catering or home-cooked pot-luck food. Call Linda, 831-2327, to sign up for a meal.
Because of the confidential nature of our work, volunteering for the Child Advocacy Center includes special requirements. Volunteers must pass a background check and commit to providing a minimum of 40 volunteer hours during their time with us. (There is no required time frame for completing the 40 hours.) For more information, contact Lori at email@example.com.
On-site Unpaid Intern
Because of the confidential nature of our work, interning with the Child Advocacy Center includes special requirements. Interns must pay for and pass a background check. Based on the requirements of a student’s degree program, he or she typically commits to providing between 120-150 hours a semester to the internship. For more information, please email Wendy Brazeal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Even though the nature of our work restricts the number of on-site volunteer opportunities, there are many other ways to give of your time, either individually or as a group, on behalf of the CAC.
Throughout the year, but particularly in the spring and fall, employee groups, church groups and service organizations contribute a valuable half-day of outside clean-up work, clearing brush, trimming bushes, raking leaves and hauling off yard waste. Call Linda, 831-2327, to sign up for a work day (most often on a Saturday or Sunday when families and children are not on-site.)