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CONTACT: Elizabeth Yen, 703-516-6778
Volunteer with CrisisLink and Make a Difference!
Meet Other Volunteers & Learn More about the Wide Range of Volunteer Opportunities Available.
Are you looking for meaningful experience as a volunteer? Well, look no further! CrisisLink has awiderange of volunteeropportunities available.
Please join us:
CrisisLink Volunteer Meet & Greet & Update
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
5171 Lee Highway,
Arlington, VA 22207
Meet other CrisisLink volunteers and learn more about the wide range of volunteer opportunities available through CrisisLink! This is a great opportunity to meet and mingle with veteran and new volunteers and to get involved in some of our exciting upcoming projects.
We will discuss upcoming volunteer opportunities, such as:
- Hotline Listener
- Special Events (Outback Luncheon & Fashion Show, Party for Life, LinkUp & Listen)
- Wallet Card Distribution
- Staffing Information Tables at Fairs and Events
- Upcoming Video Projects
- Role-Playing for our Hotline Training Classes
All are welcome, so bring your friends! We look forward to seeing you there.
CrisisLink saves lives and prevents tragedies every day by providing those facing life crises, trauma, and suicide with support, information, and links to community resources. Since 1969, CrisisLink has fielded over half a million calls, answered more than 25,000 calls concerning suicide, and provided a quarter of a million referrals. CrisisLink provides youth and senior outreach programs; community training on mental health and suicide prevention; the first comprehensive postvention program in the region with immediate support and support groups for survivors of sudden and traumatic loss; and training for professionals and community members. CrisisLink answers 703-527-4077, 1-800-SUICIDE, and 1-800-273-TALK. For more information, please visit http://www.CrisisLink.org.