Volunteer Peer Coach
The Women's Clinic of Columbus
Peer Coaches actively work one-on-one with clients when they arrive for their pregnancy testing. During their intake process the peer coach will help them evaluate their situations and help them determine their needs. To become a peer coach the volunteer will need to complete a 10 week training program called "Equipped to Serve."
About The Women's Clinic of Columbus
3242 East Main St., Columbus, OH 43213, US
The mission of The Women's Clinic of Columbus is to care for the well-being and education of women and men, particularly those experiencing an unexpected pregnancy. Through medical, education and support services, TWC can provide help for the complete person - body, soul and spirit - in confidence and at no charge.
The Women's Clinic of Columbus is a non-profit, community-supported medical facility designed to meet women's health needs as well as touch their hearts. We exist for young women and men who find themselves with unexpected pregnancies.
Our commitment is to help our clients understand their options, so they can make a critical decision armed with truthful information about their health, their children and their future. We offer an array of medical, educational and support services that are always free and confidential. TWC also offers Faithful Fathers coaching and workshops which are designed to equip young men to become the best father that they could be.
Please access our client website at www.twccolumbusonline.com to view all of our services offered to the public.