Volunteering at SafeHaven
becoming a volunteer?
After SafeHaven receives your application, we will reach out to schedule a face to face interview to learn more about your volunteer interests.
After the face to face interview, volunteers who we feel are a good fit are required to attend a volunteer orientation, which includes Domestic Violence 101 and an orientation to the agency.
At the orientation, you will fill out a preference sheet based on the current volunteer openings. Taking into account the interview, volunteer preference sheet and needs of our programs, individuals will be placed in a volunteer role.
CREW is SafeHaven's men's auxiliary group dedicated to creating a culture where domestic violence is unaccepted. Members of CREW grill burgers for families at shelter, attend court dates with domestic violence survivors and mentor boys in SafeHaven programs. For an annual membership of $75, CREW provides the vehicle to take your support of SafeHaven a step further. For more information, please contact Cristie King at email@example.com.
Please contact the Community Coordinator, Courtney Scull, with any needs or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817.502.7168.
If you or your group are interesting in serving SafeHaven of Tarrant County, please contact Cristie King, Director of Community Engagement, at email@example.com.
All group volunteers are required to fill out a background check release form, which you will receive from SafeHaven staff. These forms must be returned to Cristie King, firstname.lastname@example.org, no less than five days before the event date.