Open quotes red    I was very nervous about using the phone line. It's hard to talk about what happened. But the lady I spoke to was so lovely I was at once at ease. She allowed me to take my time and explain and made me feel that I was valued and that how I was, was important to her. It was good to talk.   Close quotes red

A female survivor


Volunteering for NAPAC

We are now accepting applications for Support Team Volunteers. We are seeking people who are interested in giving 3-4 hours a week to join the NAPAC Support Team who run the NAPAC support line and other support services. Potential volunteers will need to be able to easily travel in to our new offices which are near Oval tube station.

The role of Support Team Volunteers

The Support Team Volunteers are the 'service' that NAPAC offers. Their role is to answer the NAPAC support line, and provide other support services, to men and women who have experienced any type of abuse during childhood. The role of the Support Team Volunteers includes:


How NAPAC supports the Support Team Volunteers


Does this sound like something you would like to do?

If it does, then we want to hear from you! Each potential Support Team Volunteer will need to complete our Application Form and the DBS Check Questionnaire.


Once we have received both of these from you, we will invite you in for an informal chat so we can meet you and you can meet us.

Assuming we like each other, you will be invited to come along to our next set of training days.


Still interested?

Read the full role of the volunteers, then complete the Application Form and DBS Check Questionnaire and email them to Sarah at . Please note that we cannot offer a full counselling placement for students as we do not provide a counselling service. However there are many other benefits that we can offer including specialised training. For more information please download and read "Benefits for Trainee Counsellors".




We look forward to hearing from you!