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Volunteer Opportunities


Are you interested in the opportunity to support and empower survivors of sexual violence in Carroll County and beyond? Our dedicated and passionate volunteers are the backbone of our work, and we would be happy to have YOU join our team!

CARE volunteers receive an initial 10-hour sexual assault advocate training to learn how to provide crisis intervention, support, resources, and referrals to survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones. Volunteers sign-up for shifts at the beginning of each month and take calls from home.

Please read through our volunteer requirements and FAQs below. If you are ready to make a difference and feel that this opportunity is the right fit for you, fill out the Volunteer Application linked below to begin the on-boarding process. For more information or to discuss any questions or concerns, please contact our Sexual Violence Program Manager, Dee Anne Weber, at or call our office at (410) 857-0900.


To volunteer as a victim advocate with CARE, you must:

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Volunteering at Care Healing Center is an opportunity to make a profound impact in the lives of survivors. As a victim advocate, I’ve seen firsthand the difference compassionate support can make. When survivors reach out, they are often at their most vulnerable, seeking not only resources but also understanding and empathy. Your time and dedication can provide the critical emotional support and guidance they need to navigate their healing journey. By volunteering, you become a crucial part of a supportive community, empowering survivors and fostering hope. Join us in creating a safe space where every voice is heard and every story matters. Your contribution can help transform fear into resilience and silence into strength. Reach out to become a volunteer today!

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