April is Sexual Assault Awareness month and we are doing a new outreach program to empower victims and survivors of sexual assault. Advocates for Victims of Assault are partnering with Colorado Mountain College and the Forensic Nurse Exam Program this year for Summit County’s first ever Clothesline project. The Clothesline Project is nationally and internationally recognized event where survivors and victims break the silence of violence. The Tshirts are an avenue for people to share their stories.
We want to hear your story and have your voice be heard. Please click the link below to share your story of violence. http://sayat.me/survey/XeJDlx5D6g
To learn more about the clothesline project and it’s history please visit http://www.clotheslineproject.org/index.htm
If you have any questions about the Clothesline Project or want to get involved as a volunteer please contact Jessica Goncalves at VISTA@summitadvocates.org 970-485-5333
If you have any questions feel free to contact Tracie Fletcher at 970-485-9410
To purchase tickets please visit: https://app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/AdvocatesforVictimsofAssau/winedinner.html
or call Tracie Fletcher at 970-485-9410
Spring training begins Monday, April 18th and runs through May 18th. We meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-8:30, dinner will be provided.
Please email email@example.com to sign up; you can also call the office and talk to anyone about the training ~ 668-3906.
Our volunteer training prepares you to assist with our 24/7 on call service for victims of domestic violence, sex assault and other traumas/crimes. Our volunteers are a tremendous help to staff and support to our clients and enable us to provide this crucial service.
Thanks so much!! We look forward to having you as a part of our team!
Our upcoming volunteer training will be held from August 24-September 24 at our office.
Our training is 30 hours over a five week period, preparing our volunteers to help staff our 24 hour 7 day a week response team. Volunteers will respond to phone calls as well as in person to meet officers, medical staff, coroner, etc related to domestic violence, sexual assault and other trauma related calls. Training will be held on Monday and Wednesdays from 5:30-8:30; dinner will be provided.
Please call 668-3906 for additional information