Volunteers with the Trauma Intervention Program of the Treasure Valley provide care and compassionate aid to family members and witnesses after car crashes, fires, sudden death, and other traumatic events.

They provide immediate grief and loss support. The Ada County chapter would like to add 30 to 40 more people to their roster to fill a growing need.

First responders say it's an invaluable resource. It’s a support that makes a big difference. Especially, when they can't stick around the scene after an accident, the volunteers are there when the friends and family members need them. It’s a very rewarding type of volunteering.

Training starts September 15 and runs through September 24.

For more information or to register, call (208) 391-3972 or click HERE.