Center for the Pacific-Asian Family, Inc. (CPAF)

543 N. Fairfax Avenue, Room 108

Los Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 653-4045


Volunteer Program Manager: Yori Mochizuki

Contact Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Mon – Fri

Services or Activities: To assist survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.  Volunteers provide multicultural and multilingual support for women and their families at the shelters as well as hotline callers.  Opportunities include childrenÂ’s program, tutoring and academic assistance program, sexual assault program, fundraising, outreach, special events, newsletter and administrative supports.

Ages and ethnicity of those served: Women and children of all ages and ethnicity

Length of minimum commitment: 1 year, 10 hours per month

Hours per week: Flexible.  Available evening and weekend hours

Formal Training Program: We provide a 40-hour training that covers domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, family law, immigration law, criminal law, parenting, peer counseling cultural sensitivity, etc. 

Personal qualities of volunteers: Experience in and enjoy working with women and children of all ages.  Committed to eliminating family violence, including spousal and child abuse and sexual assault.

 Required skills/qualities: Cultural Sensitivity


Additional Requirements: DriverÂ’s license

Direct supervision: Depending on position.  Volunteers should be able to work independently after the training.

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