There are so many ways to support our mission, and you are part of the solution.

Raise Your Hand. Become a Volunteer.
Raise Your Hand. Become a Volunteer!Whether volunteers are making hospital runs, monitoring court proceedings, tutoring school children or organizing our storage closets, they are at the heart of The Center’s mission and services.

  • Increasing awareness and knowledge
  • Donating time and energy
  • Having an impact on the community
  • Learning something new
  • Being part of a team effort
  • Making a difference, one person at a time


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2014 Summer Volunteer Training

We will begin a new volunteer training session in June of 2014.  If you would like to sign up please contact Volunteer Coordinator Loren Hill for more information at 502-581-7276 or via email.

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Learn more about becoming a volunteer:
Volunteer Brochure
Volunteer Application Form
Volunteers must be at least 15 years old to provide childcare, and 18 years old with high school diploma or equivalent to volunteer for administrative activities or direct client services. All volunteers must complete a volunteer application, agree to reference and background checks, sign a pledge of confidentiality, be interviewed and complete required training and orientation in appropriate area of service.
Volunteer Code of Ethics
Release of Criminal Records
A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act

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