We are looking for qualified and enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about the value of life and committed to caring for teens, women and men in the Denver area. 

Alternatives Pregnancy Center is a dynamic, diverse organization offering many opportunities to live out your faith in a fast-paced working environment. Each employee is a valued member of the overall team, has opportunities for input, learning and development. We are a workplace that believes that every life, born and pre-born, has inherent worth and dignity and we are committed to living out our mission daily.


Full-time, non-exempt. Pay range is $22-$23 an hour.

Position Summary: Provides options counseling to clients of Alternatives Pregnancy Center. Trains, supervises, evaluates and encourages the in-office Client Advocates. Directs and oversees the services provided to clients. Monitors and oversees client record-keeping and statistics. Effectively promotes the organization through increased visibility among target audiences and community building to create client-focused outreach efforts. Part of a larger client services team.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Responsible for direct supervision of in-office Client Advocates. 

Education/Experience Requirements: A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field including Psychology or Social Work.


  • Master’s Degree in Counseling or Social Work
  • Experience with a vulnerable population and/or crisis counseling
  • Ability to speak Spanish

Contact Director of Client Operations, Leticia for more information and a full job description at

Part-time, Non-exempt, 24 hours. Pay is $21 an hour.

Position Summary: The focus of this position is to bring awareness of the programs and services of Alternatives to key community agencies and local university/college campuses. Through the development of working relationships in these areas, strategic partnerships are formed to create referral sources for all program areas of the center.  This position encompasses vision, creativity, and relationship strategies. 

Education/Experience Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree or applicable related experience in communications, human services, public relations, psychology, counseling, social work or applicable field. 
  • Experience in community relations, public speaking and campus life. 
  • Spanish-Speaking (Preferred)

Contact Lori Ann Satriano Arfsten, Director of Communications & Community Development, for more information and a full job description at

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