After Hours Crisis Hotline:
Current Volunteer Opportunities
New advocate opportunities available in January 2017
Non Direct Service Opportunities
Offer support and respect to children of ATV clients and residents during support groups, group counseling, or as respite care inside the Safehouse. Provide children with safe, positive and nurturing play experiences while modeling non-violence. To become a Childcare Volunteer, applicants must complete a training session at ATV to prepare them for working with children who have experienced or witnessed domestic and/or sexual violence. For more information and to learn how to apply, click here.
Assist with a variety of tasks to keep the ATV office functioning smoothly. Tasks include answering phones, greeting clients, planning events, thanking donors, and other administrative work. For more information and to learn how to apply, click here.
Friend of ATV
Assist with agency, transitional housing, and Safehouse needs as they arise, including special events, projects, outreach, fundraising, and maintenance. With the help of our Friends, ATV can run efficiently and continue to accomplish our mission of serving victims of violent crime. For more information and to learn how to apply, click here.
Establishes direction, ensures adequate resources, and provides oversight so that Alternatives to Violence is able to serve its clients. For more information, click here.
Application for Volunteers - General – For volunteers interested in Childcare, Office/Administrative Assistant or Friend of ATV positions.
Board Member Application – For individuals interested in serving on the Alternatives to Violence Board of Directors.
Please fill out the appropriate application for your interest and return it via email, mail or fax to:
Victims Advocate Coordinator
541 E. 8th Street, Loveland, Colorado 80537
Phone: 970-669-5150, ext. 114
Thank you for interest in helping victims of violence and abuse in our community!