You can join us in our mission from wherever you are located geographically!
Share your time and talents to help raise awareness for abortion healing, work remotely with clients hurting from their abortion experiences, or assist remotely with administrative needs. We invite you to explore the many opportunities we have available:
Interact directly via phone, texts, emails, and social media with men and women hurting after abortion and connect them with the resources or providers that best match their needs.
Bring the message of abortion healing to your local Pregnancy Resource Center(s), Planned Parenthood, churches, clinicians, and others who may serve those facing an unplanned pregnancy or who have experienced abortion. You are uniquely positioned to be an extension of our ministry within your own sphere of influence and community.
Advocate for those wounded after abortion by speaking to groups of various sizes on behalf of Support After Abortion. Ideal placement for someone who has experienced abortion and healing to share their story of hope.
Join Support After Abortion at conferences and events of all types around the US to set up and tear down booth space, represent us in meeting people both in the booth and through networking opportunities, and distribute merchandise and resources.
Use your administrative skills and attention to detail to assist remotely with tasks like data entry, writing thank you cards, organization, making phone calls, and other administrative functions.
*Abortion Healing for Volunteers
As part of our commitment to seeing a world restored from the impact of abortion, all volunteer candidates who have been impacted by abortion must participate in an approved healing program as a pre-requisite to serving in any capacity. There is a spot on the application to note if you have or have not yet participated in an abortion healing program.
I was asked to go through an abortion healing group so that I could volunteer. I said that I didn’t need it, but I agreed to do it. Wow, I had no idea how much healing I still needed to do. What I had done was push my abortion wound down so far, not think about it much, and called that healing. I am so thankful I went through the healing myself. Now I am able to help others with their healing.
– Volunteer Support Group Facilitator
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
It’s an honor and a privilege to be able to walk alongside women during their healing journey as others once walked alongside me.