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  • Support Groups | Call For Help

    SUPPORT GROUPS SUPPORT CONNECTIONS Motivation CuRRENTLY OFFERED Developing Recovery Capital Depression-Bipolar Support Alliance DBT Skills Training Group Knitting and Crocheting Group Healthy Relationships Group Mindfulness Group ​ Please see group schedule for more information, including meeting times and contact details.

  • Call For Help | New Beginnings

    HELPING PEOPLE BUILD NEW BEGINNINGS DEDICATED to building communities free of homelessness, poverty, and violence. LEARN MORE PROGRAMS Explore everything we have to offer. DISCOVER BE A HERO Your generous support allows us to make a difference in the lives of thousands of people each year. DONATE READY TO HELP? Our volunteers provide the heart that make Call For Help successful. See how you can help. VOLUNTEER IMPACT Every year, Call For Help supports, facilitates, and promotes real change in our community. The work we do helps people through some of the most difficult times in their lives. LEARN MORE > STAY UP TO DATE Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates and event information from Call For Help. amaZON SMILE When you shop using Amazon Smile, Amazon will automatically donate to Call For Help. GO

  • Individual Volunteers | Call For Help

    VOLUNTEERS Connect with the community and make a difference in the lives of real people. You can help in a variety of ways, which could include fundraising efforts, program assistance, event support, and donation processing. As a volunteer, your role will fluctuate based on the needs of the agency and your individual goals for professional or personal development. Volunteer AdvocateS The medical advocate position is for a committed volunteer who wishes to work directly with survivors of sexual violence. ​ You will advocate for survivors at the hospital by providing emotional support, answering questions, and explaining legal rights and options. Those who wish to volunteer as a medical advocate must complete a sexual assault crisis intervention training and be able to commit to at least two on-call shifts a month. Becoming a sexual assault advocate will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to support people in crisis, especially survivors. The training provided meets the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault standards and is recognized across the state of Illinois. This is an opportunity for substantial growth. Individuals who are interested in volunteering at Call For Help can expect to go through the following process: 1. Submit an application below for the position you are interested in. 2. The volunteer recruiter will contact you to set up an interview. 3. A background screening and confidentiality agreement must be completed. 4. Attend an orientation and complete any required training. APPLY NOW I am at least 18 years of age Volunteer Type arrow&v I am fluent in a language other than English SUBMIT Got it!

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