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At ABC House, our people are passionate about breaking the cycle of child abuse and neglect by supporting children as they find their voice and helping children and families heal and thrive. We envision a world in which every child has the opportunity to be happy, healthy, and safe; parents and caregivers understand the impact of their actions on children, and our community actively and vocally stands up to child abuse and neglect.

Join our team to help make a positive impact on a child’s life today! ABC House offers a culture of respect, teamwork, integrity, and pride as well as competitive wages based on experience.

ABC House is an equal opportunity employer committed to respectful, quality care to children and their non-offending family members from diverse racial, ethnic, religious, and non-traditional family forms. ABC House is a drug-free workplace.


Career Opportunities:

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Direct Services: Due to COVID-19 our direct services volunteer program is currently on hold. Please check back soon!

  • Darkness to Light Authorized Facilitator: Our team of passionate Authorized Volunteer Facilitators are dedicated to the mission of preventing child abuse in their communities by facilitating training through the Darkness to Light program. Darkness to Light: Stewards of Children is a 2.5 hour long nationally recognized, award-winning training that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. Facilitators support participants in learning the 5 Steps to Protecting Children through video modules and group discussions. Our facilitators are also authorized to lead Darkness to Light's shorter 1-hour supplemental modules.
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Interns who work with ABC House are provided the opportunity to work closely with ABC House direct service providers (medical professionals, forensic interviewers, family advocates), law enforcement, Department of Human Services, and the local District Attorney Offices. Internships are centered around the assessment service programs yet also assist other program areas with tasks and projects.

Interns are accepted for Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer terms based on need and capacity.

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