Dear Prospective Volunteer,
The National Advocacy & Training Network (NATN) is a non-profit agency based in Arizona. Our mission is to address the health, safety, economic and social justice issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault and substance abuse through education, training and direct services. NATN provides training, program development, and technical assistance through its Consulting Associates Network who are made up of local, national, and international practitioners, trainers, educators and volunteers who work in government, law enforcement, criminal justice, legal services, higher education, substance abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault programs.
The SEEDs (Support, Education, Empowerment & DirectionS,) house, a residential recovery home for women whose lives have been affected by substance abuse and violence, is a project of the National Advocacy & Training Network. SEEDs maintains a safe and violence free environment for battered and sexually abused women in recovery.
SEEDs residential recovery program provides women with a bridge from residential/institutional programs to independent living. Women in this transition often benefit from a support system to overcome barriers and realize their personal goals. To help strengthen self-esteem, self-efficacy and direction, the staff, volunteers, and mentors provide the support services and guide the women in leading crime free lives while maintaining their sobriety.
We are in the early stages of developing all of our programs within NATN and the SEEDs program. We strongly encourage you to join our team through our development stages. It is an opportunity to grow with us while sharing your expertise and time to some of the most underserved members of our communities.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please fill out our volunteer application form and email or mail back to us.
Please see our volunteer needs through Volunteer Match in the link below.