At 1736 Family Crisis Center, our organization and clients benefit greatly from volunteers' time and expertise.
There are many ways to volunteer. We always in need of a child care volunteers, grocery shoppers, art group facilitators, youth recreation facilitators, barbers/hair stylists, Holiday Store staffers, and more. The Center as a whole benefits from fundraising volunteers, administrative support, outreach, and more.
Professionals can provide specialized services, such as pro bono legal help by licensed attorneys.
Master's level pre-licensed clinicians and law school students seeking to complete required internship hours are welcome to apply for supervised training oppurtunities.
Volunteer opportunities are available any day of the week with flexible hours, at locations throughout Los Angeles County.
Required training for 1736 Family Crisis Center volunteers varies, depending of the specific assignment. This can include 3 hours of in-class training and completion of a 40-hour domestic violence home study course manual. Fingerprinting is also required for direct service volunteers.
Download our Volunteer Application (submit it via fax or mail) or fill out our online form to get involved today.