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The following trainings are offered to professionals who have an interest in learning more about domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.

  • Overview of Domestic Violence
  • Effects of DV on Children
  • Offender Treatment Intervention
  • Overview of Sexual Assault
  • Advocating Beyond Leaving
    • A brief overview of DV with a focus on why victims maintain relationships with their abusers.
  • The Three R’s of Child Abuse
    • Recognizing, Reporting, and Recovery for Children who have been abused.
  • Treatment for Traumatized Children
    • Children who have been sexually abused and child witnesses of DV.
  • Domestic Violence 101
  • Sexual Assault 101
  • Child Abuse 101
  • Mandatory Reporting
  • Girl’s Circle
  • Boy’s Council
  • Mentors in Violence (MVP)
  • Overview of CASA/Family Systems


Click the buttons below to be taken to that organization’s website.

National Children’s Alliance
National Network to End Domestic Violence
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
South Carolina Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers
South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault


CASA/Family Systems Volunteer Program is an opportunity for interested members of the community to assist with the mission and vision of our organization. Due to the highly confidential and personal nature of our service all interested persons will be subject to a thorough background check.

Sisters volunteering together

Internships are available to individuals who have been cleared by their college or university program of study. Due to the high volume of interest in this area, we are only able to select a couple of individuals per year. Your chances of being chosen by one of our program managers will be greater if (1) you have completed our Annual Training; (2) you successfully pass your background check; and (3) submit recommendations from your University or College program area. This is not a guarantee but it will increase your chances.

It is highly recommended interested persons keep abreast of our Annual Training scheduled throughout the year.


Check out our volunteer positions below.


On Call Volunteer/Advocate

This position requires training on sexual assault/domestic violence as required by DHEC and DSS sponsored by CASA/Family Systems. This position allows individuals to be responsible for rape calls at the hospitals in our service area and shelter relief after regular business hours. The volunteer coordinator will develop a monthly schedule with input from the shelter, sexual assault, and domestic violence coordinator’s to ensure adequate coverage. If the volunteer is not available to cover the scheduled shift then they are responsible for calling the volunteer coordinator immediately.

Shelter Relief Worker

This position requires training on sexual assault/domestic violence as required by DHEC and DSS sponsored by CASA/Family Systems. This position will allow individuals to assist shelter staff with coverage of the 24-hour hotline, shelter intake process, and shelter shift coverage. The volunteer coordinator will coordinate with the shelter coordinator to ensure adequate coverage.

Office Assistant

This position would require answering the telephones, assisting with filing, and cataloging of our resource materials. The volunteer coordinator will coordinate these volunteer efforts with the Administrative coordinator to ensure proper training. This individual will be able to volunteer with any of our programs.

Building and Lawn Maintenance

This position would require individuals who have an interest in mowing the grass, planting flower beds, and/or maintaining the grounds. Also, individuals who will be interested in painting, plumbing, light home repairs, hanging pictures, patching walls etc. would be welcomed. CASA will be responsible for supplying materials and some basic tools.

Special Programs Volunteer

This position requires training on sexual assault/domestic violence as required by DHEC and DSS sponsored by CASA/Family Systems. These volunteers will be able to assist with our Community Advocacy, Alternative Methods, and Adolescent Prevention programs. The volunteer coordinator will coordinate volunteer efforts with the program coordinators.