Interested in Volunteering?
Please fill out a volunteer application and email it to Cindy at cfanning@sltwc.org today!

Become a Crisis Line Counselor or Child Advocate Volunteer Through Education and Advocacy Training 
 - Receive 68 hours of training that qualifies you to work directly with adult and child survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
 - Get information detailing how nonprofits meet many needs in our community and become informed about the resources available to assist and support local families.
 - Answer the 24-hour hotline during non-business hours (usually one or two week-nights per month) from 4 p.m. to           8 a.m. the next day. You will have the option to receive a cell phone while on the crisis line so you can still go about your life while supporting survivors of violence.
 - Provide support, assistance and options to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.

Become a Foster Parent for Pets
 - Provide support, love and a safe home for dogs, cats or other companion animals belonging to women and children living in our Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter Program.
 - Often times, victims of domestic violence choose not to leave an abusive partner because they do not want to leave their pets behind, and many domestic violence shelters, including ours, cannot provide shelter for animals.
 - Help make sure that victims of domestic violence are not held back from seeking safety for themselves and their children due to concerns for the well being of their pets. 
 - Please email 
cfanning@sltwc.org if you are interested in signing up to be a temporary foster parent for the pets of our shelter clients. Please provide your name, contact information and the kind of pets you are able to provide a safe home for. 

Share Your Strengths
 - Help our management team with administrative needs such as copying and filing.
 - Provide child care while mothers are in support groups.
 - Hang flyers and other outreach materials throughout the community. 
 - Support our business office with tasks such as shoveling snow, sanitizing toys and sorting through donations of food and clothing. 
 - Help empower local survivors of violence living in our shelter by teaching life skills such as cost effective grocery shopping, meal planning and preparation.
 - Assist staff with promoting awareness and education about domestic violence and sexual assault in the community. 


 
Support Safety Through Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Services
 - Volunteers, both men and women, are needed to provide support for our Parent to Parent program. 
 - By volunteering your time you will increase safety for victims of violence and their children during court-ordered supervised visits or exchanges (per custody orders).
 - Sit in waiting rooms with parents and children.
 - Provide support to children as they transition from one parent to another.
 - Watch security monitors to ensure safety of program participants.
 - Provide administrative support to staff as needed.


 


Contact Us
South Lake Tahoe Women's Center 
2941 Lake Tahoe Boulevard
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Phone: (530) 544-2118
Toll-free: (866) 544-2118
Fax: (530) 542-7624
24-Hour Crisis Line: (530) 544-4444
24-Hour Toll-free Crisis Line: (888) 750-6444
E-mail: info@sltwc.org


Alpine County Women's Center 
290 Old Pony Express Road
Markleeville, CA 96120

Phone: (530) 694-1853
Fax: (530) 694-2184
24-Hour Crisis Line: (530) 544-4444
24-Hour Toll-free Crisis Line: (888) 750-6444
E-mail: acwomenscenter@gbis.com

South Lake Tahoe Women's Center
Celebrating 34 years of service to our community. 
1977-2011