Family Violence Project (FVP) is working to end domestic violence in Kennebec and Somerset counties. We believe it will take the whole community to accomplish our mission. This includes a strong and committed work force. Won’t you consider joining our professional advocacy staff?
FVP is seeking a direct service advocate to work with victims of domestic abuse and their children in our emergency shelter program. Do you enjoy interacting with people in work that truly makes a difference? If so, we invite you to consider shelter-based advocacy with survivors of domestic violence and abuse.
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DEFINITION:The Shelter Advocate III is responsible for providing services to sheltered women and children, including guidance, support, information, and advocacy within community systems in our shelter. The Shelter Advocate will also establish and maintain working relationships with community institutions which serve children and families. This is an overnight shift.
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The vision of the Family Violence Project is a community where violence is unacceptable and people treat each other with respect. Read More “Vision, Mission, Philosophy”
It takes a community to end domestic violence
Thank you to the many businesses, foundations, groups and individuals who con- tributed to FVP through community events. We appreciate all your efforts to help.
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Family Violence Project runs support and empowerment groups in Augusta, Waterville and Skowhegan. The groups are focused on the needs of women who want to increase their safety in a currently abusive relationship, want support as they leave an abusive relationship, or for support as they rebuild their lives after leaving an abusive partner. Read More “Survivor Story and Poem”
“It will take a community to end domestic violence.” Read More “What I’m Thankful for this Thanksgiving”