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Volunteers Sought for Rape Crisis Center


helping hands (2)Union County, NJ – The Union County Rape Crisis Center is seeking new Volunteer Advocates to provide guidance and support for victims of sexual violence.

The Rape Crisis Center is a division of the Union County Department of Human Services, supported by a corps of volunteers Advocates who are trained to provide reliable guidance and empathy for victims, many of whom have no-one else to help them in the aftermath of an assault. The volunteers are fully mentored and supported by experienced, professional staff.

Prospective volunteers must be over 18, hold a valid driver’s license, and have their own vehicle.

The next Advocate training course begins on April 5. If you are interested in becoming an Advocate, call the Rape Crisis Center by March 29 at 908-233-7273 or email to determine your eligibility.

To find out more about the volunteer experience, contact the Rape Crisis Center at 908-233-7273 or, or visit online at

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