You can be part of Orange County Triad's mission to promote and protect the safety and well-being of seniors and other vulnerable populations.
As a Triad Volunteer, you will:
Make a difference in your community.
Learn new skills to help others
Develop your skills through Triad programs and services.
Expand your network.
Volunteers receive an orientation to Triad programs and services, plus training in essential skills such as CPR and how to use and Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Volunteers may also receive specialized training to install and service Guardian Alert Pendants and Project Lifesaver transmitters.
Triad volunteers participate in monthly meetings with the Triad Coordinator. They may also attend bi-monthly meetings of the Orange County Senior & Law Enforcement Together (S.A.L.T.) Council meetings.
Essential to the success of the Triad program, volunteers provide information and services to the community. Opportunities include: present Triad information at public events, install Guardian Alert 911 Pendants, conduct home visits to assist Project Lifesaver clients, develop Triad social media content, assist with fundraising and grant-writing activities, and support administrative needs for the program.
Triad volunteers must be 18 years of age or older. The following documents must be completed and submitted to the Triad Coordinator: Triad Volunteer Application, Background Check Form, Liability Waiver, and Volunteer Code of Conduct. Applicants will have an informal interview with the Triad Coordinator and new volunteers must complete required orientation and assigned training.
For more information on becoming a Triad volunteer, please contact the Triad Coordinator at (540) 672-1536.