Supervising children while their parent attends support group or individual appointments.
Assisting with computer entry of statistics, answering phones, stuffing envelopes, running errands, maintaining outreach materials, checking household supplies, and putting away donations.
Court Accompaniment (Advocacy):
Accompanying domestic violence victims to court for civil cases such as protective orders. Provide support and domestic and sexual violence information.
Organized person to put donations in usable form. Involves sorting, developing a system for having clothing available by size and season, and organizing household goods into a pattern that is serviceable and accessible.
Transporting individuals to and from medical appointments.
24-Hour Helpline: 1-800-613-6145
Assisting with the planning, coordination, and implementation of various fundraising efforts. Individuals and groups are also needed to take on special fundraising projects.
Using an approved curriculum, teach primary prevention topics to students in Head Start through College. Volunteers can choose what age group they prefer to teach. Pre-K & Kindergarten curriculum includes a puppet show. All age groups includes activity-based learning modules.
Distributing information and setting up displays about domestic and sexual violence and the FRC’s services throughout our service region.
Making community presentations about domestic and sexual violence, assisting with group training sessions, and staffing information tables at community fairs. Variable times and days.
Family Resource Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 612 • Wytheville, VA 24382
Administrative Office: 276.625.0219
24-Hour Hotline: 800-613-6145
Wytheville: 276-228-3522 • Galax: 276-236-0364 • Marion: 276-782-1608