Spring Training to become a Volunteer Victim Advocate

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The Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office Victim Assistance Program will be offering a Spring Training to become a Volunteer Victim Advocate. This opportunity is a rewarding way to help people and give back to your own community. As a Volunteer Advocate you have the privilege of supporting victims in crisis situations as well as providing on-going advocacy throughout the criminal justice process. To become a Victim Advocate you must be at least 18 years of age, have reliable transportation and no criminal background. Other important qualities include the ability to care about others, good listening skills and good decision making under stressful situations. Many of our volunteers work full time jobs along with their volunteer commitment.

Spring Training will be Monday/Tuesday/Thursdays from 6 p.m to 9 p.m starting March 15 to April 21 at the Victim Assistance Office in Oregon City. There will not be training the week of Spring Break - March 21-25

For more information or to get an application please call Keysha Kendall at 503-655-8616 or email victimsassistance@clackamas.us