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Abuse Counseling and Treatment (Domestic violence and assault)

County: Hendry, Lee, Glades
Categories Social Services

Abuse Counseling and Treatment,Inc. is a non-profit agency serving victims of domestic violence and their children and survivors of sexual assault and human trafficking in Lee, Hendry, and Glades Counties. We offer 24-hour hotline, shelter, individual and group counseling/therapy, court accompaniment, assistance with injunctions for protection, rape crisis center, children's program, professional and community education and a volunteer program.

Job Description:

Volunteers can earn community service hours by helping out at community events or working at our thrift store, Second ACT. Students in a Masters level Mental Health program can apply for an internship in our counseling or residential program that works directly with clients. Students in a Bachelors program can do their service learning in other supportive departments but do not have client contact.

Times of Work: Weekdays daytime, Weekdays evenings, Weekends daytime, Weekends evenings
Primary Contact: Ms. Christine Kobie
PO Box 60401
Fort Myers, FL 33906
Fax: (239) 939-4741
Phone: (239) 939-2553
Alt Phone: (239) 393-3112
Secondary Contact: Second ACT Thrift Store
Phone: (239) 418-0331
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N
Additional Information:

Students may also gain an understanding of service agencies working together in the community.

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