Becoming a TIP volunteer is a way of making a hands-on difference in someone’s life when they really need someone. TIP volunteers are often called upon to support someone at the worst time in their lives.
Thank you for being so interested in volunteering with the Trauma Intervention Programs (TIP) of Riverside County. TIP is looking for compassionate individuals who want to assist in serving our community.
Due to the high-sensitivity of work involved with the program, all volunteers must meet the following requirements:
If you meet the above requirements, then we want you! The TIP training academy will teach you the five emotional first aid skills of reaching out, protecting, reassuring, organizing and reinforcing. Becoming a volunteer requires the 36 hours of training, a three-month field-training program, plus mandatory 3-hour continued education classes once per month.
Upcoming Volunteer Training Academies
Do you want to become a volunteer? We want to hear from you!
Fill out the application form below and we will contact you.