Gain valuable experience while helping victims attain safety

Looking to increase your skills while performing meaningful work? Becoming a Domestic Violence Volunteer Advocate enables you to directly assist individuals experiencing controlling, abusive partners. As this type of volunteer, you will support victims: 

  • In medical and legal settings
  • Over the phone
  • In individual and group settings

Ideal candidates are non-judgmental, compassionate, encouraging, and empowering. Free training is provided.

For more information, contact Brittany at (319) 365.1458, ext. 6118 or bappleton@waypointservices.org.

Upcoming Training Dates

Monday, March 13-Thursday, March 16
5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. each night
Kimball Ridge Center
2101 Kimball Ave # Ll5, Waterloo, IA 50702

16 hours of online training must be completed before the in-person training can be attended.

Interested in our other volunteer opportunities?

Spend some of your time helping the community by getting involved at Waypoint. There are plenty of volunteer opportunities to choose from, ranging from ongoing commitments to yearly events. Coordinating a donation drive for our Daytime Resource Program or collecting hygiene items for our May Baskets for the Homeless event are a couple other ways to make a difference in the lives of others.

Helping domestic violence victims renew their lives

Through Waypoint's Domestic Violence Victim Services, victims are connected with resources that help them flee abusive households and overcome the effects of domestic violence. Counseling, advocacy, and safety planning are just a few of the services offered. All services provided are free and confidential.

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