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|Position Title||Organization Name(s)||Communities||Duties|
|call center volunteer / community outreach volunteer||Telecare Distress Line of Greater Simcoe||Answering distress lines
24 hour 7 days per week anonymous and confidential lines
Referring as needed
|Disaster Response Team Member, Disaster Management||Canadian Red Cross, Simcoe Muskoka Branch, Disaster Management||Volunteers:
* uphold the fundamental principles of the Canadian Red Cross
* attend meetings and training
* prepare equipment and supplies for response to disaster events
* respond to small scale events and provide Personal Disaster Assistance to affected persons- shelter, food, clothing
* respond to medium and larger scale events to provide various relief services in reception and evacuation centres.
|F.A.C.E. Facilitators; Board Members||Huronia Restorative Justice Project||Trained volunteers facilitate community justice circles between victims and their offenders. The facilitator, along with a co-facilitator, will receive a case referral with all pertinent information. Cases may be referred from youth criminal court or adult criminal court, by the police. Cases may also be referred by a school. A FACE facilitator will then set up an interview time with the victim to discuss the procedures, answer any questions, and find out who they will be bringing for support. The same is done with the offender. A date is set and then the circle is prepared. Everyone attending the circle gives their input into designing an agreement for the offender to follow. A member of the circle offers to track the agreement and its completion. In many cases, if the agreement is fulfilled, the court may decide that criminal charges will be dropped. Victims have a chance to share their feelings and impact of the incident, which is often not possible in court. Offenders here the impact their choices made firsthand. All parties end up with a better understanding of the incident, and of each other.|
|Volunteer Camp Counsellor||CNIB Lake Joseph Centre||Helping implement land and water based activities. Take an active role in all dining room duties and assist with leadership and sailing club on site. Undergo weekly evaluations. Volunteer camp counsellors sign on for week long assignments and are provided room and board at Lake Joseph.|
|Camp Volunteer||Camp NeeKauNis||Camp NeeKauNis is run entirely by volunteers. This means we are always looking for people, both young and old, to work as staff at camp. Positions typically include: Kitchen Staff, Choreperson, Child Care, Program Staff, Cabin Leaders, Arts and Crafts Leaders. There are two weekends (spring & fall) and one full week in spring/early summer dedicated to camp cleaning and maintenance. Some construction/renovation activities will allow us to teach a volunteer various skills. Camp is always looking for adults to fill the following leadership roles: Camp Directors, Head Cooks, Work Project Leaders.
|Peer Support and Driver Volunteers||Canadian Cancer Society. Simcoe-Muskoka Unit. Midland/Penetenguishene Branch||Volunteers may:
* act as peer supports doing one-to-one sessions by phone or in person with someone going through the experience of having cancer
* drive individuals to appointments both local and long distance.
|Victim Crisis Assistance and Referral Volunteer||Victim Crisis Assistance and Referral Service, Barrie and Area||Assist victims of crime or tragedy by providing emotional support, practical assistance and community referrals. Support can be on-site or by phone.|
|Volunteer Support Worker||Huronia Pregnancy Resource Centre||The Huronia Pregnancy Centre is a charitable organization called to uphold the sanctity of human life by nurturing and supporting individuals who are, who have or who are at risk of experiencing a crisis pregnancy.
Trained volunteers can counsel and educate pregnant young women. Provide women with honest and accurate information, enabling them to make well-informed choices and help to provide a network of support.