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As the world begins to open up, so do our volunteer opportunities!

We are excited to announce we have fun events with great perks that you can join us and provide your service.

You do not need any special training and these events are a great way to give back and engage our beloved community.

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Nevada County Fair

August 10-14 - 10:00am-10:00pm

Nevada County Fairgrounds

Booth Location - Area 5, Site 4 

Join us at the 2022 Nevada County Fair!

 

Community Beyond Violence, Color Me Human and Nevada County Pride are partnering together with a booth at the upcoming Fair.

 

This is great way to engage the community about all our wonderful services.

Your Task: You will be staffing the booth and all training will be provided. 

Become A Certified Crisis Intervention Peer Counselor

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Fall 2022 Training

Our peer counseling training will allow you to provide direct client services. The training is certified by the California Office Of Emergency Services (CalOES). It meets the certification requirements as a Counselor/Advocate for our domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking agency (Community Beyond Violence in Grass Valley, CA) under Section 18294 of the California State Welfare and Institutions Codes and Section 13837 of the Penal Code.

The Fall 2022 training will be 10 weeks in length, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, two-hours per class meeting. There is also a required one-hour Orientation. 

Why Take This Training

We live in very challenging and dangerous times. Oftentimes it is difficult to know how to help in light of such events such as the dismantling of Roe v Wade. 

Oftentimes, engaging and giving back to those in crisis and need can help with those sentiments of "but what can I do about all of this?" 

At Community Beyond Violence, every day we support survivors of domestic and sexual violence who have had their bodily autonomy attacked. This is and must be a community effort. By completing our Crisis Intervention Training, you will be making a huge and positive impact.  

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What You Will Learn

Take this training to learn valuable skills in both your professional and personal life from active listening techniques and peer counseling skills; to identifying red flags in relationships; to understanding and dismantling societal and personal biases.  

Take this training because you want to change the societal and individual impact of interpersonal violence; soothe the effects of trauma; AND how to advocate for survivors most compassionately and effectively.

Take this training because you seek to be connected to something greater than yourself.

We will be meeting via Zoom.

The Fall 2022 training will be 10 weeks in length, Tuesday and Thursday evenings,

two-hours per class meeting.

There will be a required Orientation meeting prior to the start of class.

To attend, please fill out the online application. 

 

You can attend the orientation to ask questions - you are not obligated to take the training. 

 

Please note!

Space fills up quickly. To get detailed information and/or to reserve your spot, complete and

submit our online volunteer application.

For questions or more information, contact:

Michelle Bancroft, Volunteer Coordinator

michelle@cbv.org

(530) 460-7016