Shelter for Help in Emergency looking for more volunteers
The nonprofit agency says it has been experiencing an uptick in calls to its 24 hour crisis hotline since March. More volunteers are needed to answer the phones, offer information, and provide emotional support.
“I’m looking to train as many people as are willing to show up. It’ll be primarily virtual training with a few in-person days that are COVID-19 restriction friendly, so socially distancing, wearing masks, and everything like that,” Robinson said.