Education and Prevention
Onslow Women’s Center offers the community a variety of educational programs on domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence, healthy vs unhealthy relationships and bullying prevention.
Specially designed programs are presented to Onslow County Schools, universities, civic and church groups, and the community at large. We have the ability to customize the information and presentation to the specific groups we are working with.
If you are interested in Onslow Women's Center doing a presentation for your organization, please contact Melissa Radomicki at 910-238-2941 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Onslow Women's Center offers a wide variety of different volunteer opportunities and each volunteer has the ability to pick and choose where they would like to donate their time within the agency based on their skills and interests. Volunteers can pick from the following locations to spend their time:
- Shelter Aid/Crisis Line Worker
- Court Advocate
- Hospital Advocate
- Thrift Store Worker
- Office Aid
- Community Outreach Assistant
Each of us can make a difference. Onslow Women’s Center has many opportunities available in which you can help. Volunteers can donate any amount of time they have available and will receive training/education in the following areas:
- Dynamics of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
- Resource Information
- System Services
- Crisis Management/ Intervention