What is MAP?
Our Medical Accompaniment Program (MAP) is an opportunity for community members to be trained as volunteer advocates and provide immediate crisis intervention and support to survivors of sexual assault in Nashville during the evidence collection exam process and/or reporting to police. All volunteers are required to attend a thirty-hour orientation and commit to three six-hour shifts a month. The orientation is alternately based during the evening of weekdays over two weeks or over two weekends and alternates to be able to accommodate people with different schedules.
Upcoming Training Schedule:
Who can volunteer?
Although some of our volunteers are students seeking a meaningful experience while gaining service hours for their organization or degree program, we welcome volunteers from all walks of life and all types of experience, who are 18 years or older.
How do I apply?
Complete this application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Current MAP Volunteers
If you are a current MAP advocate, please use the VIC NET link below to login to SAC's Volunteer Center. From here, you can sign-up for shifts, access resources, and connect with your fellow MAP advocates. If your password or login needs to be re-set, please contact email@example.com
The Crisis Line program is an opportunity for volunteers to provide emotional support, practical help, information and crisis intervention counseling to sexual assault victim/survivors and their families or support people. All volunteers are required to attend all three trainings as well as the six MAP training dates.
As laws are being considered either on a state or national level, we want to be an advocate for the well-being of survivors. By volunteering, you are committing to contact your legislators to encourage them to vote for or against legislation for the benefit of survivors of sexual assault. To sign up, click here.
The Sexual Assault Center (SAC) Clinical Department offers internships for 2nd-year students in a graduate-level counseling, psychology, social work, or MFT program with coursework designed to meet educational requirements for becoming an LPC, Licensed psychologist, LCSW, or LMFT.
Interns placements are for the academic year with a minimum of an 8-month consecutive commitment starting in the Fall semester (August start date) ending the end of the Spring semester (April or May). Students may also start in their Summer semester (May) and must continue through the entire academic year, ending their internship at the end of the Spring semester (April or May). Applications are accepted thru the month of January with interviews in the following months.
Click here for a full description of the position, an application, and a reference form to complete.
Sexual Assault Center (SAC) is seeking a part-time intern to support the Development team. This will be a hybrid position, requiring at least 2 days in the office. One day will be Thursdays and the other day can be determined by the intern. Interns will have opportunities to learn how to develop fundraising and revenue generation plans to support the organizational mission. Building relationships with donors, volunteers, helping with grants, and engaging in events are just a few examples of some of the activities they'll participate in.
SAC serves those who have been affected by sexual violence through advocacy and therapy. The on-site Safe Clinic is open 24/7 and provides a safe place for victims of recent sexual assault to receive a Medical Legal Exam (rape kit) and other resources they may need.
Click here for a full description of the position, application, and a reference form to complete.