If you are inspired to help young people make healthier choices in their lives, then please consider getting more involved in the NH Juvenile Court Diversion Network and our partner agencies. There are multiple ways to get involved today!
Volunteer to help the Network
Sustaining a service delivery system as important as Juvenile Court Diversion Programs cannot be done without countless hours from volunteers of all skill levels and abilities. Please consider volunteering your time to help advance the system as a whole. Many opportunities exist including:
- Internships for students working toward bachelor or master-level degrees who are interested in juvenile justice, human services, political science, journalism, communications and so forth. Please send your resume and cover letter detailing your interests, needs, and supervision requirements to Nicole Rodler, Chairperson.
- Event planning to help the Network organize trainings, meetings and other gatherings.
- Letter-writing efforts to provide educational materials to elected officials and other key stakeholders about the importance of juvenile diversion in New Hampshire.
- Hosting meetings with key leaders to share the impact of diversion programming.
- Raise funds to help the Network continue to support its member agencies toward improving the lives of more than 1200 youth per year.
Time is a valuable resource, and Diversion Network programs are often looking for volunteers to serve in many roles. Consider serving on a volunteer panel to design contracts for youth offenders. Other programs seek adult volunteers to supervise youth in community service settings, to join their boards of directors, and to help with local fundraising events. Check out our Locations page for contact information on programs near you.