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Volunteers are vital to the operation of the Family Resource Center.  Without their help, FRC would be unable to provide essential services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and dating violence and those who support them at absolutely no cost.

Volunteering with FRC gives you an opportunity to become an active part of the movement to end violence.  It is extremely rewarding and you become part of a community while gaining valuavle experience.


Direct service opportunities involve working directly with survivors of violence and their friends and family.  No prior experience is required for these opportunities.  FRC provides all volunteers with a comprehensive training program, which gives them the information and experience needed in this role.


Crisis Hotline Advocate:  The Family Resource Center offers 24 hours crisis line for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence.  Calls are made by survivors and advocates answer these calls to provide support, information, referrals and crisis intervention.

FRC also provides survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence with advocacy services 24 hours a day.  Advocates respond to emergency departments, police departments, and court house in Seminole and Hughes Counties meeting face to face with survivors, their friends or family members to provide them with information, support, resources, advocacy and to facilitate communication with many service providers.