Seeking Volunteers to join our Team!

We need caring people to come along side us and help our organization maintain operations.  Volunteers are the brains of our organization and without them we struggle to provide the quality and effecient services we strive to acheieve. You may be wondering what volunteering for our program looks like, the truth is that is totally up to each volunteer.    Our biggest needs is helping with answering phones, interacting with clients, and providing shelter coverage when full time staff are out meeting with non-residential clients.    Volunteering can be catered to what you can give and commit to whether that be serving our program each week on a scheduled basis, every other week, once a month, or on an on call basis.     All volunteers are provided training from our program to equip you with the skills you need to serve the domestic and sexual violence survivors we work with. We are always seeking individuals to help with transportation, teaching support groups, teaching li...
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Seeking licensed counselor or therapist

  Green join-our-team 2Hills Women’s Shelter is currently seeking a licensed counselor/ therapist to provide individualized counseling sessions. Applicant must hold Missouri state licensure and have experience working with domestic and sexual violence survivors. For more details please contact Tammy Taylor at (816) 632-4900. Applications will be accepted on an on going basis for any interested counselors that want to join our counseling support team. GHWS is an Equal Opportunity Employer  
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Grant Awarded

Union Pacific Railroad provides donation to our program union pacific railroad 6500. We would like to say a special THANK YOU to Union Pacific Railroad and their generous support of our organization! We are so grateful for your continued support of our work with domestic and sexual violence survivors!!!!   Pictured Above left to right:  Lindsey Douglas, Director of public Affairs with Union Pacific Railroad, Laurie Stevenson, Shelter Coordinator, Jenna Johnson, Case Manager Advocate / Volunteer Coordinator, and Rex Ross, Board Member.
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Grant Awarded to Green Hills Women’s Shelter

[caption id="attachment_180" align="aligncenter" width="300"]SONY DSC Pictured Above: Ellen Hamilton, Specialized Victim's Advocate and Cathie Smith, Board President[/caption]   The Union Pacific Railroad and Barnes Baker Motors of Trenton teamed up to provide a solution to the transportation problems of the Green Hills Women’s Shelter.  Barnes Baker Motors of Trenton provided a late model Ford Freestyle to the Shelter and accepted the Union Pacific Grant of $5000.00 designated for Shelter transportation needs. The Freestyle will be used to transport domestic violence and sexual assault victims to court proceedings, job interviews, medical appointments and other direct service needs. We thank the Union Pacific Railroad and Barnes Baker Motors of Trenton for their support of the Green Hills Women’s Shelter. Pictured with the car above is Ellen Hamilton, Shelter Victim’s Advocate and Cathie Smith, Shelter Board President.
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