Crisis Line Volunteers Needed Resource Center Offers Free Training



“No experience is necessary and everything is confidential. We’ll take as many as we can get.”

Staff member
Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center
Ann Powers
Staff Writer
9/23/2015

  Taking a call from a despondent teen contemplating suicide, a domestic violence victim desperately searching for the courage to leave, or a struggling addict who has finally made the decision to quit is part of a beyond-noble way to give back to the community, according to crisis intervention experts.
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Posted: Wednesday Sep-23-2015 8:03 AM

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