I am so grateful to [my peer counselor] personally and to your organization for being there for me in my blackest time. I am thankful for all you did for me and for other women like me. I feel like I am getting control of my life again.W.M., client
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Become a Peer Counselor
If you've recovered from betrayal, you have a valuable gift to provide other women now travelling this difficult emotional journey. And being a volunteer telephone peer counselor can aid your own healing process as well. Our peer counselors are the heart and soul of our organization, transforming women's lives every day. Read our Peer Counselor job description then email our Executive Director to start the application process.
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Courage and compassion. That's what it takes to be part of our Board. That's what it takes to promote, network, and grow an organization whose very topic makes many people turn away. If you are intelligent, unafraid, and thoughtful, consider applying to become a board member. We are seeking incredible women who are committed to our long-term development. Read our board member job description and email to start the application process.
Other Ways to Get Involved
Do you love to manage social media, write grants, do online research, or raise funds? Volunteers always welcome for these and other projects. Email our Executive Directorand let's explore together.
Peer counseling is not a substitute for guidance by a licensed mental health professional. Please seek this help if needed. If this is a true emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Infidelity Counseling Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, federal tax exempt # 602135040.
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