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Intimate Partner Abuse Awareness

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Direct Service Volunteers

As a Direct Service volunteer, you’ll have one-on-one contact with CORA clients. Direct Service opportunities include accompanying clients to legal proceedings, assisting with community education, children’s activities and more.

Direct Service volunteers must complete a state-mandated 40-hour training in domestic violence intervention and prevention and agree to volunteer a minimum commitment of hours dependent on the volunteer opportunity.

As an Indirect Service volunteer, you can support CORA’s clients without interacting directly. Indirect Service opportunities include annual and special events, translation, data entry, filing, and organizing our food pantry. More opportunities may be available to utilize your specialized skills (such as HR, accounting, web design, marketing and others).

While the Domestic Violence Training is not required for Indirect Service volunteers, we strongly encourage everyone working with CORA to take the training.

Submit an application to start your volunteer journey at CORA! Once you submit your application, you’ll be notified of the date of our next Volunteer Information Session, where you, along with other community members, will learn more about CORA and how you can get involved in our Volunteer Program.