ATW - The Ultimate Bob Segar Experience
Thursday, May 18, 2023
NEEDED ITEM LIST
We are often asked what types of items would be helpful for women and children accessing the shelter. We have put together the following list of suggested items and will accept these in new condition.
Hiatus House relies on the support of volunteers for fundraising events, awareness activities and general shelter support such as wrapping gifts and organizing donations.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, contact us.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. Do volunteers work directly with women or children staying at Hiatus House?
A. No. Volunteers are needed in many other supporting roles.
Q. Are hours guaranteed?
A. No. Most of the volunteer opportunities are in support of events that are staggered throughout the year, with a concentration from September through December.
Q. How will I be notified of a volunteer opportunity?
A. Our volunteer coordinator will e-mail you opportunities as they arise.
Q. What is the process for becoming a volunteer?
A. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the sign-up process. We will connect you with our volunteer coordinator to help set you up. You will need to attend an information session and sign a confidentiality form before you will be offered a volunteer opportunity.
Getting Help starts with the first step. The following numbers are a resource to services and support programs that can help or direct you to find the resources you need.
Hiatus House 24/7 HelplinePhone: 519-252-7781
Toll Free: 1-800-265-5142
Hiatus House Business LinePhone: 519-252-1143
Kids Help PhoneToll Free: 1-800-668-6868
Teen Health CentrePhone: 519-253-8481
Legal Aid OntarioToll Free: 1-800-668-8258
Community Legal AidPhone: 519-253-7150
Legal Assistance of WindsorPhone: 519-256-7831
Windsor-Essex Bilingual Legal ClinicPhone: 519-253-3526
Bell Relay: 1-800-855-0511