Get Involved

Are you interested in serving your community and working alongside the FJC to provide advocacy to survivors? We would love to have you on our team!

Volunteers at the Family Justice Center can take on a variety of roles. You could help to operate our front desk, help with community and outreach events, take on research projects, compile resources for clients, assist with social media and marketing, and more. If you are interested in finding out what you can bring to our team, please contact our Front Line Advocate Megan Elbin at

We also have interns receiving school credit from local universities as part of programs such as social work, sociology, psychology, criminal justice, pre-law, or students in other fields who have a general interest in victim advocacy. Contact the Assistant Director Jessica Richmond at if you are interested in applying for an internship.

For information about open staff or board positions, please contact our Executive Director Amy Stewart-Brown at