ARCC Events and News Updates
At Abuse & Rape Crisis Center, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts to bring awareness to domestic violence and sexual violence dynamics. These conversations are by no means an easy feat, but through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.
Now Hiring for these positions:
Clerical Assistant and Prevention Educator/Counselor
The Abuse and Rape Crisis Center is seeking an individual to provide violence prevention education programs to students, youth, and the community, specifically on the topics of domestic and sexual violence. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, designing, implementing, and evaluating ARCC’s prevention curricula, engaging the community via social media and outreach events, and assisting with other agency prevention efforts. This position does work directly with clients and provides direct services such as hotline, on-call response, crisis counseling, criminal justice support/advocacy, and childcare. Training will be provided. Qualified candidates either have four years or more experience working with at-risk children, presenting programs, or a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and a minimum of one year working directly with children. Experience working one on one with at-risk youth preferred. This position is full-time, 38 hours per week, benefits included. EOE
Pay: $15-17 per hour
The Abuse Rape & Crisis Center is seeking an individual to join their administrative team. This person will be the heartbeat of the administrative corridor providing support and back up to all that makes this agency function effectively. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, various fiscal tasks, preparing staff calendars, maintaining office inventory, supplies and library, assisting in fundraising efforts, receiving and proper documentation of donations, assisting with gathering materials for annual audit, various filing and copying of materials used, takes minutes for meetings, assists in Newsletter production and distribution and records and tracks PTO for staff providing reports. This position also provides on-call duties, counseling and various direct services for the clients we serve. Qualified candidates are required to have related experience or training. Experience with office software and technology. General knowledge of office procedures and office management. The desire to advocate and assist clients with a positive presence and non judgmental mentality. Advocate training provided. Clearances will be required upon hire. This position is full-time, 35 hours per week, benefits included. EOE
Pay: $13.00 - $15.00 per hour
Mail your resume and cover letter, with position applying for to the address below or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abuse & Rape Crisis Center
PO Box 186, Towanda PA 18848
ARCC Focus Groups
ARCC is very interested in learning more about our community and the supports that are available to individuals that further social connections as a pathway to greater family wellness and reduction of harmful behaviors. ARCC is asking for your help. We are looking to gather information from individuals, such as yourself, that are willing to share their perspective on what harmful behaviors they see within their community and their awareness of activities and programs that are currently available. The questions will surround harmful behaviors you might be noticing and ideas on what can be improved.
If you would like to participate, click on the image to open the survey or please email email@example.com for a link to the focus group survey to be sent to you.
Bradford County Connect A Ride
We are now accepting applications for Volunteer Drivers!
ARCC has been working with other community agencies toward creating a volunteer driver program to help meet the transportation needs of the vulnerable and at-risk people and families in our area.
Funding was awarded to ARCC through a competitive application from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency Victims of Crime Act to establish a volunteer driver program in our county.
The focus of the funding is to provide needed transportation assistance to victims and survivors of crime. The community agency team members are trying to address the myriad of needs in the most efficient and collaborative way possible.
Applications to become a volunteer driver are now available. Compensation for mileage may vary based on available funding. It is expected that volunteer drivers accepted into the program will use their personal vehicles to provide transportation. A short training is required for all successful applicants.
If you have questions or are interested, please email BcCAR@arccbc.org