You can make a tangible difference in the lives of survivors and in preventing violence in Sullivan County.

Become A Volunteer and Make a Difference
in Sullivan County
You provide the heart...we'll provide the training.

Answer the crisis line from your home, help in the office, become a court advocate, provide childcare...Our volunteers do everything from direct services to painting our shelter to sending out mail, or working at our thrift store, Changes in downtown Claremont.

Volunteers Help TPN
The next Volunteer Training starts in October 2022. We train biannually in the Spring and Fall and would love for you to become a part of our team of dedicated advocates.

Contact or call 603-543-0155 for more information. Please download our Volunteer Services Description (PDF); and our Volunteer Application (Word) files. You can fill out the application and email it to us, or mail to TPN, Attn: Volunteer Coordinator, 11 School Street, Claremont, NH 03743.
Training Topics
  • Domestic violence

  • Sexual violence

  • Stalking

  • Sexual harassment

  • Child abuse

  • Crisis and support line

  • Legal information

  • Court procedures

  • Vicarious trauma

  • Sheltering and safe homes

Types of Volunteers
  • Crisis and support line

  • Education team

  • Changes

  • Safe homes

  • Tabling events

  • Steppin' Up

The training is about 30 hours total, and occurs mostly on nights or weekends.
We request that crisis-line volunteers sign up for a minimum of 1 crisis shift per month, and make a one year commitment to volunteering.
AVAP and AmeriCorps Volunteers--Coming soon!