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"It will change the way you view the world!"
"It is intense, but gave me so much knowledge."
"I'm excited to start my volunteering as a medical advocate!"
Why do you volunteer?
"I'm retired and I want to give back to my community."
"I am a psychology student and this is great experience."
"I am a healed survivor and now I can help others heal."
All volunteers must complete our 35-hour pre-service training.
Twice Annually in February and August
Next Training: February 2014 (Monday & Wednesday evenings)
West Chestnut Street, Brockton, MA 02301
Training is offered free of charge for volunteers.
Volunteer and become part of the solution!
A New Day volunteers work hand-in-hand with staff to assist in providing safety, healing and dignity to survivors of sexual and relationship violence. Becoming an A New Day Volunteer will give you the opportunity to touch people’s lives in a very profound and meaningful way. The Advocates at a New Day change survivors' lives every day by: