Website Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence


The Shelter On-Call Advocate will provide advocacy, support and crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence in a shelter setting and over the phone; promote a Shelter environment based on respect and nonviolence; support social justice efforts that positively impact women and children.


Responsible for telephone crisis support, screenings for shelter, advocacy, information and referrals to crisis line callers.
Provides crisis intervention, counseling support, advocacy and milieu support to shelter residents.
Maintains case files, records and time sheets.
Assists with the overall physical appearance and cleanliness of the shelter.
Participates in On-Call Staff meetings and in supervision with Shelter Program Director on an as-needed basis.
Assures SPAN Shelter and Resource Center of 24/7 coverage, rotating day shifts, overnights, weekends and holidays.
Works in conjunction with the Shelter staff and other SPAN programs.
Adheres to SPAN policies and procedures; supports an environment based in respect, the utilization of ethical communication and adherence to the organization’s non-negotiables.
Other duties as assigned by the Shelter Program Director or Executive Director.

$19.00 Hourly. No Benefits.

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent life/work experience required.
At least six months of counseling & crisis intervention experience (paid or unpaid); Residential experience helpful.
Experience & knowledge of social justice issues, particularly battering, violence against survivors of domestic violence & their children, and of racial, class and sexual orientation issues.
Spanish bilingual preferred.
Time requirement varies – flexibility is appreciated.
To Apply: Send resumé and cover letter to or Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence, 835

North Street, Boulder, CO 80304.

Resumé review begins immediately.
No calls, please.

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