Become a Volunteer

TESSA's Confidential Victim Advocacy Training
WINTER SESSION DATES
Jan. 17 – Feb. 4, 2023
Exact dates will be given, after filling out application.

If you are interested please apply below.

TESSA Volunteer Info Sessions
Are you wanting to make a significant impact in your community? TESSA has an opportunity for you!
Find out about our Confidential Victim Advocacy Training through our Info Session times listed below!

Nov 29 12-1pm
Dec 6 12-1pm
Dec 20 12-1pm
Jan 5 12-1pm

MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND! VOLUNTEER INFO SESSION RSVP HERE


General Info for Prospective Volunteers

Individual TESSA Volunteers must complete our 36-hour Confidential Victim Advocacy Training under the Colorado Statute of 13-90-107KI. Depending on the specific area of interest, additional training may be required. All Volunteers receive ongoing education and support throughout their time at TESSA. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.

General Info for Prospective Clinical Interns

TESSA offers both undergraduate and graduate internships within the Clinical Department only. Prospective graduate interns are required to interview with TESSA’s Counseling Department for acceptance into the program. All accepted undergraduate and graduate interns are required to complete our 36-hour Confidential Victim Advocacy Training under the Colorado Statue of 13-90-107KI.

CVA Training Happens 3x a year: JANUARY, JUNE and OCTOBER
If you have any questions please feel free to contact our Volunteer Coordinator Danielle at Volunteer Email or call 719-785-6820

What Can I Do as a Volunteer or Clinical Intern?

TESSA Staff works with volunteers and clinical interns to find the best fit within the agency. Volunteer and internship opportunities include the following below.
Volunteers must complete the 36-hour Confidential Victim Advocacy (CVA) Training Colorado Statute of 13-90-107KI before being able to volunteer at our organization. Groups require special planning. If you are group seeking opportunities to help, please contact our Development Team at [email protected].

  • Administrative Support: Provide filing, data entry, phone support and special project assistance.
  • Children’s Program: Educate and facilitate art and recreational activities with children living with, or coming from homes with, domestic violence and abuse.
  • Confidential Victim Advocacy: Assist clients with the Temporary Protection Order process, court support, safety planning, information/referral services, and hospital response.
  • Safe Line: Provide telephone crisis intervention, information and referral services on our safe line.
  • Development: Assist with special events and projects, administrative support, data entry, and fundraisers.
  • Safehouse: Provide case management and client services for female victims and their children residing in the Safehouse.

Did we pique your interest?

If you’re still interested in volunteering, or in an internship position, please fill out our online application by clicking the button below. As a part of working with our organization, you will be subjected to a nonrefundable
background check from a third-party website, which will cost you $38.43.
Volunteer Training is three times a year: January, June, and October.
If you have any questions before applying, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Danielle at Volunteer Email