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ASB volunteer

Victim Support (Staffordshire)

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- Contacting and meeting ASB (Antisocial Behaviour) victims, either over the phone, at the victim’s home or another mutually agreed location and clearly explaining the role of Victim Support and empowering victims to overcome the emotional, psychological and practical effects of ASB.
- Helping people explore how their experience of ASB has affected their lives and identifying ways to enable them to recover from the experience, by helping people to identify their individual needs and helping them to choose options they feel are right for them.
- Identifying situations where we cannot directly meet the needs of the victim and working with the client and the manager to make appropriate referrals.
- Liaising with staff to arrange practical help for victims.
- Giving information about other agencies and their procedures.

Administration,Advice, Information & Support,Befriending, Buddying & Mentoring,Community Work,Employee & Group Volunteering,Events & Stewarding,Support Work

Admin, Basic IT skills - internet & email, Evaluating & Reviewing, Organising & Planning, Reading & Writing, UK Driving Licence

Approachable and non-judgemental manner. Good listening and verbal communication skills. An ability to problem solve. Basic IT skills. Ability to volunteer within our values, policies and procedures.

Full induction, one-to-one support for the role, and opportunities for excellent training and to develop new skills. All volunteers have free access to the Employee Access Programme which provides free, confidential assistance with any work, personal or family issue. Rewarding sense of having made a positive difference to people’s lives. Learn about the work of criminal justice agencies. All volunteers have free access to a wide range of e-learning opportunities.

Further location details may be provided below.

Heleen Roebuck-Witte

Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent We require that you are able to travel to our office in Stafford (6 weekly), occasionally to home visits and community events.

ST16 3RZ

Weston Road is a 20 min. walk from the train station. Bus 841 from Stafford, Gaol Square [Stand 4] Get off at St. Johns house (before County Hospital)


Call us on 0330 1757258 or check out https://recruitment.victimsupport.org.uk/vacancy/antisocial-behaviour-volunteer-staffordshire-457887.html

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18 and over

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