Sunday, September 23, 2007

Maine Sexual Assault Crisis Center Needs Volunteers

The Sexual Assault Response Services of Southern Maine urgently needs volunteers to train as advocates for it's 24-hour crisis and support hot line. Training sessions will be held in early October. These sessions are 42-hours of comprehensive training that cover topics such as crisis intervention, child sexual abuse, rape, and sexual harassment. The crisis center supports callers from York and Cumberland counties in Maine. For more info on the Sexual Assault Response Services click on its website: To read more on the need for volunteers visit the (September 22, 2007) online news article entitled "Crisis and support hot line needs volunteers". Other sources of information include "Security for Women" and "Domestic Violence" by Maine Safety and Security Resources, Inc.

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