CPC Volunteer Positions
Client Advocates: (Male and Female) Client Advocates meet one-on-one with clients as they come to the CPC for testing, pregnancy options, STI testing, and resources. Advocates receive training to listen, educate, intervene, and provide a source of physical, emotional and spiritual hope to the individuals and families that seek our services. A weekly or bi-weekly commitment of 3-4 hours is preferred. All training is provided and no prior experience is required.
Earn While You Learn: (mentoring program) Once a week, volunteers meet one-on-one with a new or expectant parent. This program teaches clients the fundamentals of parenting and life skills using Biblical truths. For participating, clients earn “family bucks” which they use to shop in our boutique to acquire much needed items for their babies and families. The meetings are scheduled according to the availability of the mentor and the client. Both male and female volunteers are needed.
Doctors & Nurses: Contact our Nurse Manager to learn about volunteering for our Medical Clinic that offers ultrasounds to abortion-vulnerable clients and other limited medical services to all clients.
Inside Out Dads: Inside Out Dads is a scripture-based program in local prisons and jails. The purpose is to instruct men on how to be better fathers, husbands, and men. Commitment: Inside out program is held several times throughout the year needing weekly volunteers to go into the prison and jails for 6-12 week sessions. All training is provided.
Church Liaison: Represent the CPC to your local church for special events, needs, or concerns of the ministry. Liaisons communicate between their local church and the CPC about our annual Walk for Life, Change for Life, Fundraising Banquet, and Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. Commitment varies.
Encouraging Parents Together: Lead a monthly support group to encourage expectant parents. Clients earn a free portable crib or carseat for completing four EPT meetings. Commitment: lead monthly class, communicate with clients and CPC staff. The meetings utilize videos and/or community speakers for instruction. Meetings are the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00-8:30pm.
Special Events: Assisting with the annual, special events of the CPC. Volunteers will help with the planning, coordinating, and/or implementing of the details for these events. Commitment varies.
Housekeeping: Helping with the weekly upkeep of the facility including sweeping, dusting, and windows (inside only).
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