Thank you so much for your interest in working with All-Options! At All-Options people can find open-hearted support for all their experiences with pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption. These issues are complex and every person’s reality is different, but we know one thing for certain: Everyone deserves to have all options!

If you are interested in interning or volunteering with us, please fill out this application, and someone will be in touch with you about next steps.

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* 1. Our current intern and volunteer opportunities:

-All-Options Interns usually work at the All-Options Pregnancy Resource Center in Bloomington, Indiana, although we sometimes have internships in San Leandro, California or virtual opportunities for people across the country. Interns might work on fundraising, events, policy advocacy projects, outreach, or providing judgment-free support to people in all their pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption experiences. Interns must be able to provide 8-16 hours of service a week, generally between 10am-5pm Tuesday-Friday. Any interns that will provide peer counseling support on the Talkline or at the All-Options PRC must also complete a 40-hour training. While our internships are unpaid at this time, we can work with you to fulfill requirements from your school or other program.

-All-Options Talkline Advocates primarily provide peer counseling support to callers on our national Talkline, though they are also welcome to provide client support for the Hoosier Diaper Program and Hoosier Abortion Fund if their availability allows them to do so. Following the completion of a 40-hour training, volunteer advocates must be able to volunteer on the Talkline 12-15 hours a month. We are prioritizing prospective volunteers who are bilingual English/Spanish speakers, and people with lived experience with pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption. 

-Practical Support Network Volunteers 
provide tangible assistance to people seeking abortions in Indiana; it can be anything from giving someone a ride to/from their appointment, sitting with them in the waiting room to provide emotional support, helping folks arrange lodging and childcare accommodations, or providing material support to help offset the cost of care and lost wages (diapers, gas cards, post-abortion care packages). Practical support volunteers must attend a full day training prior to providing any support to clients. The training will introduce volunteers to All-Options and our approach, abortion care and laws surrounding it in Indiana, and guide folks in interacting with clients in an open-hearted, judgment-free way. We are prioritizing Practical Support Network Volunteers who live in or near South Bend, Indianapolis, or Bloomington, but we'd love to hear from you wherever you are in Indiana! The next training will take place on Saturday, May 11th in Indianapolis!

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