VolunteerHelp us help our community!
Interval House has a rich history of providing exemplary services to survivors of domestic violence, and is on the forefront of efforts to prevent and break the cycle of abuse. Our organization depends on individuals like you to help others in their time of need.
Your energy and compassion can make all the difference in the world to the individuals we serve. Interval House volunteers help to ensure that victims of domestic violence don’t have to be alone. From answering the 24-hour hotline to working with children affected by violence, volunteers help each survivor find their voice and take back their lives.
We invite you to join us in this work. Apply to volunteer today!
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Direct Service volunteers assist with crisis and hotline counseling, facilitate support groups, work with the children’s program, and help in the safety and healing process of our Safe House residents. Following the interview process and a successful background check, each direct service volunteer must complete 40 hours of training to be certified as a Domestic Violence Counselor.
Interval House offers speaker training for approved volunteers. After successful completion a four-hour training session, volunteers are prepared to speak about Interval House and the dynamics of domestic violence, and make presentations at select public events. This program is under the direction of the Community Educator and all speaking engagements must be approved in advance.
Interval House’s Board of Directors is a diverse group of professionals who ensure the governance, fiscal health, and advancement of the agency. While a number of criteria are considered when inviting new members to join the Board, prior volunteer experience is preferred and a willingness to go above and beyond for the organization is a must! If you are interesting in Board service, contact President & CEO Mary-Jane Foster at 860-838-8450.
"PRO BONO" WORK
If you are a lawyer, consultant, electrician, handyman, or other expert who is willing to donate your time and skills to help Interval House, we would love to consider working with you. As a non-profit, we aim to direct as much of our revenue to helping our clients as possible, so having a roster of “pro bono” helpers is critical to our mission.