We always need good volunteers who can help with administrative office work, child care, special events and trainings, translation services for non-English speaking or hearing-impaired clients, and clergy services. Internships are available for students enrolled in Criminal Justice, Social Work or Counseling programs.

Volunteers must:

  • Be age 18 or older
  • Commit to work at least eight hours per month
  • Complete an application and an interview
  • Complete a background check
  • Complete the 20-hour volunteer academy training program

Fill out a volunteer application below. For more information, call the FJC at (318) 998-6030

What times are you available for volunteer assignments?

How Often Are You Available

Available Weekday Mornings

Available Weekday Afternoons

When would you be available for special events?

What are you interested in?

Do you have volunteer experience?

Agreement

Upon submission, I affirm the facts in it are true & complete. I understand that if accepted as a volunteer, any false statements, omissions, or misrepresentation by me on this form may result in immediate dismissal. Random Polygraphs are possible.

Our Policy

It is the FJC policy to provide equal opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual preference, age, or disability. Background checks required.

Send a Message

This email is not monitored by clinicians and is not a forum for requesting services or individualized support. If you are in need of our services, please call (318) 998-6030 and someone will assist you.

Connect With Us

Family Justice Center of Ouachita Parish
620 Riverside Drive
Monroe, Louisiana 71201

Phone: (318) 998-6030
Email: info@wellspringalliance.org

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