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FAMILY SERVICES - BASIC NEEDS
- Bible studies
- Meal preparation
- Meal serving
- Organizing donated clothes
- Childcare for parents attending bible studies
Professional counselors and volunteers trained to conduct guidance-counseling sessions for individuals, families, and groups. They also meet with clients on a regular basis to allow them to discuss their personal issues.
Support Group Facilitators
Trained to facilitate counseling groups for emotional issues that hinder personal and spiritual growth and development
LPC interns and practicum students conduct group, family and individual counseling sessions as well as train other volunteers and teach continuing education classes
Lay counselors who meet with clients and allow them to discuss issues hindering personal growth
Medical Professional Volunteers
Counsel patients and their families, train staff and volunteers and instruct education classes.
Educate and counsel clients. Train staff and volunteers on medical concerns. Conduct medical screening exams on every client with a positive pregnancy test.
Perform ultrasound exams on clients that meet the medical qualifications. Train medical volunteers to conduct ultrasound examinations.
Medical Education Facilitators
Prenatal Care facilitators
Individuals with education and/or experience in caring for women during and after pregnancy. Prenatal facilitators must be willing to be trained to teach in a Crisis Pregnancy Center (CPC) setting.
Childbirth Preparation Facilitators
Volunteers who have acquired the educational background and/or experience to prepare women and their partners for childbirth. Training for group facilitation is required.
Newborn and Postpartum Care Facilitators
Volunteers who have the background, experience, and knowledge of caring for newborns and their mothers. Volunteers must have the knowledge and/or experience in group facilitation.
Parenting Education Facilitators
Educators, counselors, social workers or an individual with the educational and/or experiential background to teach parenting skills. Group facilitation training is necessary.
Continuing Education Facilitators
Spiritual Growth Facilitators
Must be spiritually mature Christians who display godly character in their daily walk. Should have some experience teaching the Bible and mentoring young Christians. Applicants must be trained to facilitate groups.
Relationship/Abstinence Education Facilitators
Volunteers with experience in working with groups and individuals on topics concerning:
- Healthy relationships
- Building self-esteem
- Anger management
- Stress management
The facilitator must have knowledge of counseling and group dynamics or complete additional training.
Volunteers who man the receptionist desk. Responsible for greeting clients and visitors to the center and connecting them with their appropriate parties. It is important that these individuals:
- Operate all the office equipment in the center
- Respond appropriately to inquiries about pregnancy, abortion, adoption
- Schedule appointments
- Proficient with Micro Soft Outlook and Access
Data Entry Specialist
Enter information in the Client Data Base and compile data for the monthly, quarterly and annual reports.
Clerical Support Volunteers
Utilized in every area of the center and the entire staff to assist with:
- Computer work
Must have experience in Micro Soft Word. Some experience in Excel, Access, and Publisher would be helpful.
Training Support Volunteers
Assist counselors, facilitators and trainers before, during and after educational groups and training classes.
Volunteers are not paid -- not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.
Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.
- Elizabeth Andrew
Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
- Margaret Mead