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Current volunteer Needs:

  • Children's Group Leader – 3 hour shifts
    • Tuesday evening – Families First Family Center (bilingual preferred)
    • Tuesday evening – Cherry Hills
    • Wednesday evening – Aurora (bilingual preferred)
    • Thursday evening – DU area
  • Support Line Volunteer – answering the Families First support line or Consejos para Familias line - 4 hour shifts
    • Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday - evenings 6:00 to 10:00
    • Monday thru Friday - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
    • Weekends - lines transferred to home - all shifts needed
  • Outreach Events – times vary
    • attend resource fairs and events, represent Families First in the community
  • Children's Treatment Center Staff Aide - 4 hour shifts
    • o Monday, Thursday and Sunday 4:00pm-8:00pm
Each of the above can be English, Spanish speaking or bilingual except our CTC Staff Aide. Please contact us today!
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Families First volunteers are vital to the success of our programs. Through their gift of time, volunteers improve the lives of abused and neglected children and help families prevent the cycle of abuse, often receiving as much as they give. There are many opportunities to make a difference!

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*All the areas above, except the CTC opportunities, are for English, Spanish or bilingual volunteers. Our programs are all in English and Spanish except for the CTC.

Position Overview: The Children's Group Leader will provide a children's group for children age twelve and under during parent support groups and classes. Leaders will plan and implement activities that enhance a child's social, emotional, cognitive and physical development.
Time Commitment: 3 hours per week
Where: Various locations throughout the Metro area
Why: To create an atmosphere where children can experience success and receive positive reinforcement.
Position Overview:The Support Line Volunteer will provide intervention and information to parents and caregivers in need of support in their relationships with their children: responsible for providing educational information and community resources to parents, professionals, and others
Time Commitment: 4 hours per week
Where: Family Center in Southeast Denver
Why: To connect parents with resources to build relationships and community connections, especially in times of need.
Position Overview:The Outreach Volunteer will represent Families First and provide information to parents and professionals in the community at resource fairs and other types of community events.
Time Commitment: varies
Where: Denver Metro Area
Why: To market Families First and engage the community.
Position Overview:Assist CTC staff in daily activities.
Time Commitment: 4 hours per week
Where: The Children's Treatment Center in Southeast Denver
Why: Helps staff focus on the children's daily needs.