Volunteers needed to staff suicide crisis line

Suicide Prevention of Yolo County is looking for volunteers to work as trained counselors on its 24-hour crisis lines, helping bridge the gaps in mental health services due to state and county budget cuts.
Volunteers will be screened, and qualified individuals will complete the agency’s 36-hour crisis line training before starting on the line. Volunteers are asked to commit to at least one year, averaging at least six hours a week on the line. Additionally, volunteers will be expected to attend at least five volunteer meetings over the course of a year. All crisis line shifts will be completed at the Suicide Prevention business office in Davis.
For more information, call 530-756-7542.

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