THE CRISIS PREGNANCY NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
For more information please call the center at (812) 235-1153
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT NEEDS:
- Baby Bottle Campaign Coordinator – Coordinate and implement every aspect of the baby bottle campaign from Mother’s Day to Father’s Day.
- SOH LS Coordinator – Coordinate speaker’s f or churches f or the Sanctity of Human Life Sunday in January order and deliver brochures.
- Fairs/Block Party Coordinator – Coordinate, schedule and staff all events throughout the year.
- Indiana State University events – Order handouts, print coupons for STI screening to give to all students and schedule volunteers to help.
- College Campus Liaison – Oversee all college campus events throughout the year.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT NEEDS:
- Walk For Life Data Entry/Event Assistant – Enter data after the Walk in September and assist in preparing pledges and mailing receipts.
- CPC Fundraising Dinner Data Entry/Event Assistant – Enter data after the Dinner in April and assist in preparing pledges and mailing receipts.
- Christmas card and Christmas letter Assistant – Fold and stuff envelopes in November.
- Data Files Assistant – Review and edit donor i information as needed throughout the year.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NEEDS:
- Development Assistant – Help in developing new contacts and updating current ones.
- Newsletter Coordinator – Gather articles and pictures for the newsletter twice a year.
- Social Media Assistant – Assist with our web sites and our CPC fan page as needed.
CENTER DIRECTOR OF CLIENT SERVICE’S NEEDS:
- Client/Volunteer Assistant – Would assist the Director with various needs. Prefer once a week.
- Receptionist – Would answer phones and greet clients as well as help with paperwork as needed. Prefer once a week.
- Earn While You Learn Program Assistant – Would assist the Director of this program throughout the year as needed. Prefer once a week.
- Earn While You Learn Mentor – Mentor a client in the program one hour a week.
- Peer Counselor – Would see clients. Prefer once a week.
MEN’S COORDINATOR NEEDS:
- Development Assistant – Make contacts and appointments with organizations in the community, etc.
- Research Assistant – Help the Coordinator with research & development for men’s ministry as needed.
- Peer Counselor – Would see male clients. Prefer once a week.
- Earn While You Learn Coordinator for Men
- Mobile Unit Men’s Coordinator – Would coordinator all men’s programs under the direction of the Men’s Outreach Coordinator.
- Male Mobile Unit drivers
NURSE MANAGER NEEDS:
- Volunteer nurses, doctors, sonographers, Nurse Practitioners to administer medical services
CREATING POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS COORDINATOR NEEDS:
- Research Assistant – Would help with any research that the Coordinator deems helpful.
VOLUNTEER PEER COUNSELOR POSITION DESCRIPTION
Objective of the position: To reach out to clients in an unplanned pregnancy with the mercy and compassion of Jesus Christ by offering practical assistance in both word and action.
Reports to: The Center Director (or Client Services Director)
- Be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
- Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the pro-life position and sexual purity
- Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith, and policies of the center
- Be able to respect and keep information confidential
- Be dependable, stable, and capable of following through on commitments
- Exhibit a sincere desire to reach out with the love of Jesus to people in distress
- Understand basic interpersonal dynamics
- Be able to identify and adjust to a client’s pace of progress and growth
- Be familiar with scripture pertaining to the sanctity of life, forgiveness, and salvation
- Complete the pregnancy center volunteer training
- Complete on-the-job training
- Provide crisis intervention support for each client in an atmosphere of warmth and compassion through listening and other helping skills
- Provide accurate information on abortion
- Provide information on parenting, adoption, and foster care
- Follow all policies and procedures regarding intake, helpline, and in-office duties
- Offer support, material resources, and referrals appropriate to a client’s situation
- Look for teachable moments with a client in order to share the love of Jesus and His plan of salvation
- Appropriately follow-up with clients according to the policies and guidelines of the center
- Keep up-to-date on statistics and information relating to pregnancy, abortion, and adoption through volunteer in-services, magazines, journals, and newspaper articles
- Keep current on information in the pregnancy center referral system
- Maintain all client records as indicated in center policies and guidelines
- Attend at leaset 3 volunteer in-services every year
Statement of Faith
- We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God.
- We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons; Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
- We believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and in His personal return in power and glory.
- We believe that for the salvation of lost and sinful man, regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential, and that this salvation is received through faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and not as a result of good works.
- We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a godly life and to perform good works.
- We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost; they that are saved unto the resurrection of life and they that are lost unto the resurrection of damnation.
- We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ.
Adapted from the National Association of Evangelical’s statement of faith.
We exist to empower women and men to make life-affirming decisions regarding pregnancy, as well as the value of abstinence before marriage through counseling, education, compassionate care, material aid and through the gospel of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
The Crisis Pregnancy Center of the Wabash Valley is the primary organization that comes to mind when an individual faces an unplanned pregnancy, STD or HIV concern.
- Board members, staff and volunteers endeavor to model Christ in every aspect of the ministry and their personal lives.
- We believe and recognize the sanctity of all human life.
- It is our desire to provide spiritual encouragement, biblical counseling and practical assistance to those who are experiencing a crisis pregnancy, STD or related issue.
- We are committed to sharing Christ’s unconditional love, forgiveness, salvation and hope to all clients He entrusts to our care.
- We will not advise, provide or refer for abortions or abortifacients. Rather, we will provide biblical counseling designed to assist women to find an appropriate alternative.
- We will not engage in contraceptive counseling or services. Rather, we will provide abstinence counseling and encourage abstinence as an appropriate lifestyle before marriage.
- We will show love, respect and mutual support to one another as Christ’s ambassadors.
- We recognize the gifts and talents of each person and strive to help them grow and be used of God for His purposes.
- Sharing the Gospel
- Counseling from a Biblical perspective
- Mentoring with caring support
- Abstinence Education
- Pregnancy confirmation with option education
- Sexually transmitted disease screening and education
- Parenting education and material aid
Statement of Purpose
- The Crisis Pregnancy Center is an outreach ministry of Jesus Christ through His Church. Therefore, the CPC, embodied in its volunteers, is committed to presenting the gospel of our Lord to women with crisis pregnancies – both in word and in deed. Those who labor as CPC board members, staff, and volunteers are expected to know Christ as their Savior and Lord.
- The CPC will provide accurate and complete information about both prenatal development and abortion to women with problem pregnancies.
- Because the CPC is founded on the principle that all human life is sacred from the moment of conception, and because abortion ends human life prematurely and unnaturally, the CPC will not advise, provide, or refer for abortion or abortifacients. Rather, the CPC will provide counseling designed to assist women to find an appropriate alternative.
- The CPC is committed to assisting women to carry their unborn children to term and plan constructively for their future by providing both emotional and spiritual support as well as practical assistance.
- The CPC is committed to creating an awareness within the local Christian community of the needs of women with problem pregnancies.
- The CPC will offer assistance to women with problem pregnancies free of charge.
- The CPC will not engage in contraceptive counseling, referrals, or services. However, we do provide abstinence counseling and encourage abstinence as an appropriate lifestyle before marriage.
- The CPC will not operate as an adoption service.
- The CPC will not discriminate in providing services because of the race, creed, color, national origin, age, or marital status of its clients.