Make a difference in the lives of PACN clients
Volunteers are the life-blood of PACN. Each week, we rely on more than 130 trained volunteers to serve the women and men who come through our doors. These women and men come from all walks of life and are passionate about educating and empowering others concerning pregnancy and sexual health.
There are many ways to be involved with PACN, and several of these opportunities allow you to invest as much or as little time as you’d like at one or both of our centers.
Working with clients:
- Trained advocacy consultant
- Medical personnel licensed in the state of Texas
- Administrative assistance
- Abortion Recovery facilitator
- Licensed Counselor or Intern
Direct service with clients requires all volunteers to complete an application, pass a background check and attend a 24-hour Volunteer Training Seminar. These seminars are offered 3 times a year and offer valuable insight into the ministry of PACN and its clients. There is a nominal fee for training which covers the cost of materials only.
Behind the scenes:
- Sort clothing and other items in Baby&U
- Library help
- Building and grounds duties
- Church liaison partner
- Assistance with special events
- Office work (on-site and at-home opportunities available)
- It’s All Good Thrift Store (sorting and cashier duties)
Group Volunteer Opportunities
If your business, organization, church or Bible study group is looking for a way to give back to the community, call us to discuss how you can get involved with PACN. For more information on volunteer opportunities and upcoming training dates, contact us
Master’s Level Counseling Intern
If you’re enrolled in a Masters-level Counseling program at a local college or university and you need to complete counseling hours toward your degree, contact PACN to learn about our Counseling Intern Practicum Program. Masters-level students and licensed professional counselor interns can enroll in our program to earn credit hours by working with clients in one-on-one and small group settings. The program is offered year-round for the fall, spring and summer semesters at both of our centers. Some training is required.