We are able to offer free help because people in our communities care. There are many volunteer opportunities available. As an organization seeking to serve our city in the name of Jesus Christ, Care Net requires all volunteers to sign an agreement with our statement of faith, statement of principle, and moral conduct code, as well as agree to a background check, provide character references and attend a 12 hour training course. We also suggest that volunteers contribute $45 to pay toward the cost of training materials.
Medical Mobile Unit Director (FT) – Responsibilities: The MMU Director has the responsibility for all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the assigned Medical Mobile Unit, relating to transporting the unit, volunteers, clients, community relations, medical services, and record keeping. This individual is responsible for maintaining communications with her supervisors. The MMU Director is responsible for all MMU activities and scheduling.
There are many opportunities to help with office duties. These may be occasional or regular.
Volunteers play a vital role in our mission to provide a safe place for women and their families to explore their options related to pregnancy and their future. We are grateful for your interest in serving.
We are a nonprofit, donor supported, Christian organization that employs Biblical principles in all of our activities. Most volunteers are required to attend a 12 hour peer counselor training followed by shadowing and mentorship program at all centers.
Please take a moment to complete and submit your information below. We will make every effort to contact you within 72 hours. Again we thank you for your willingness to serve.
Contact us today to find out more about our volunteering and partnering opportunities at 505-880-8373.
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