There are two trained advocates in the office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Trained volunteers cover our 24/7 crisis line after hours and on weekends.
Lindsey (she/her) has worked for VPC for five years, first as the Program Advocate and now as Director. Lindsey has volunteered and worked in the field of mental health and domestic and sexual violence in various capacities since 2005. Lindsey has a bachelor's degree in Family Social Science with a minor in Family Violence Prevention and a master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Lindsey is passionate about the intersections of non-violence, social justice, equity and inclusion, and building safe and healthy communities.
Jessica, Program Advocate
Jessica (she/her) started at the VPC in October 2021. Jessica has worked and volunteered in the fields of homelessness and housing services and domestic and sexual violence and holds a bachelor's degree in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies. Jessica is passionate about supporting and empowering victims/survivors and working to create positive change in the community with the goal of cultivating a culture of consent, body autonomy, healthy relationships, and safety for all.
Board of Directors
Jaye White (Chair)
Nicole Rice (Vice Chair)
Ellen Seltz (Secretary)