Volunteer


What do participants have to say?


"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.

 

When?

Twice Annually in February and August

Next Training: February 2014 (Monday & Wednesday evenings)

 

Where?  

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:

  • Offering support and compassionate listening
  • Helping survivors learn important life skills
  • Providing support in hospital emergency rooms
  • Working with families in shelter to transition into healthy and independent lives
  • Showing children (and adults) that there are good people in the world who care about them
  • Answering the crisis line
  • Being a role model


Being A New Day volunteer not only makes a life-long difference to the people you help, but can make a difference in your life too! Our volunteers report that through their volunteer work they have:

  • Learned new skills
  • Become part of the community
  • Felt great about the work they do and about themselves
  • Made new friends
  • Become part of the solution!


If you are interested in learning more about becoming an
A New Day volunteer, please contact Mahara at:
mpinheiro@healthimperatives.org or call 508-588-2045 x210