At All-Options Pregnancy Resource Center, there are many ways you can get involved and support your fellow Hoosiers when they need it most — choose the option that works best for you!
Drop-in volunteer days
Have you ever wanted to get involved with All-Options, but aren’t sure about making a long-term commitment? Join us for drop-in volunteer hours on the first Friday of each month from 9:30 – 11am. We’ll be asking for your help organizing client resources like diapers, putting together safer sex kits and new baby packages, compiling outreach materials, and more! No sign up needed — just come by! All ages welcome!
Hoosier Practical Support Network
All-Options is proud to provide financial assistance for people seeking abortion care in Indiana through our Hoosier Abortion Fund. But there are many other barriers to abortion in addition to the cost of the actual medical procedure — traveling long distances to a provider, taking time off work, finding child care, and other obstacles can put abortion care out of reach for many people.
Practical Support volunteering can include anything from giving someone a ride to and from their appointment, sitting with them in the waiting room to provide emotional support, or helping arrange lodging and childcare, to providing material support to help offset the cost of care and lost wages (diapers, gas cards, post-abortion care packages).
Hoosier Practical Support Network volunteers can be anywhere in Indiana, with particular needs for folks in Indianapolis, South Bend, and Bloomington. Fill out an application today and we’ll be in touch about upcoming trainings!
All-Options Talkline Advocate
Every day, people call the All-Options Talkline looking for a safe place to talk about abortion, parenting, pregnancy loss, adoption, infertility, and all the messy realities of being human. You can be part of building a more compassionate and just world — apply now to become an All-Options Talkline Advocate, either in Bloomington, Indiana or as part of our new virtual cohort!
All-Options strives to build a volunteer team that reflects the diversity of our callers and communities. As such, we prioritize prospective volunteers who are people of color, trans and gender expansive, bilingual English/Spanish speakers, people with disabilities, and/or people with pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption experiences. Applicants who are accepted must complete a 40-hour training prior to taking calls, and commit to volunteering on the Talkline 12-15 hours/month and attending monthly meetings.
Looking for a rewarding internship where you can get hands-on experience making reproductive justice a reality, within a supportive and inclusive community? Interns with All-Options can train to provide judgment-free support to people, in person and by phone through our All-Options Talkline, Hoosier Diaper Program, and Hoosier Abortion Fund. You can also work on projects related to fundraising, organizing, policy advocacy, outreach, or community events. Following the completion of training, interns must be able to provide 8-16 hours of service a week, generally between 10am-5pm Tuesday-Friday.
To apply for the All-Options internship program, please fill out our online application. We also host paid interns each summer through the Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps (RRASC) Internship program. Applications are due in January each year.