Donate or Volunteer at Crisis Intervention Service

Crisis Intervention Service relies on the generosity of our supporters to achieve our mission. Your contribution can make an enormous difference in the life of a victim of abuse. Each gift, however large or small, will mean a great deal to those we serve.

If you would like to make a donation online, click the “Donate” button.

Items: If you prefer to donate items or goods, check our current needs list below.

Current Needs List

Please contact individual outreach offices for donation needs and acceptance times.

Volunteering with Crisis Intervention Service

Crisis Intervention Service recruits and trains volunteers to work in all program areas. Crisis Intervention Service relies on the support of a passionate volunteer pool to assist us in meeting our mission. All volunteers go through the same training that our staff receives prior to working directly with clients. Crisis Intervention Service volunteers perform the following tasks:

  • Community Education: Volunteers bring our comprehensive community education programs to schools and the general public.
  • Transportation: Crisis Intervention Service volunteers help transport women and children to the shelter, to and from job interviews, doctor appointments and other meetings or appointments.
  • Court Advocacy: Crisis Intervention Service volunteers will support victims at court hearings for domestic abuse, sexual assault, and survivors of homicide victims and will provide a presence for Crisis Intervention Service in the courtroom.
  • Child Care: Child care during court, job interviews, group sessions.
  • Board of Directors: Volunteers on the board of directors are responsible for setting the agency’s policies and raising funds to help provide current services and expand service offerings.
  • On-Call Rotation: Respond to domestic abuse and sexual assault crisis.
  • Special Projects: Participate and plan special projects.
  • Assist with public awareness and education events.

Volunteer Application

Share Information

If you know of someone who has been abused, listen without judging. You can inform them about the services Crisis Intervention Service offers and how to get help.

Crisis Intervention Service staff strives to increase awareness in the community by speaking to clubs, religious organizations, businesses and/or classes about domestic violence, sexual assault and survivor of homicide victims.