Your interest in our mission and concern for our community is so important to us as we serve everyone who walks through our doors with compassion and care. We ask for your patience as we are currently taking a brief pause on new volunteer orientations while we work to train and place an influx of volunteers.

We will resume volunteer orientations in mid-October, so please return to this page at that time to fill out a volunteer interest form and sign up for an in-person or virtual orientation. If you have any questions please contact Aspen at Aspen@YouhaveAlternatives.org or call 303.298.8815. Thank you.

prayer support

Join our group of prayer warriors and pray for the current needs of our clients, staff and volunteers through our bi-monthly prayer email and quarterly virtual prayer events. Sign up here.

The generosity of caring people, just like you, helps us carry out our daily mission of serving teens, women and men in need of our services and education.

Use your gifts to serve others. All you need to get started is:

  • A heart for preborn children, teens, women and men.
  • A willingness to learn and grow.
  • An attitude of service.
  • A desire to build relationships with people from diverse backgrounds.

For more information, read through the volunteer descriptions below and contact us through our volunteer interest form or call 303.298.8815.

a promising future

A Promising Future casts a vision for our high school students and young adults that they can achieve their goals and dreams. Through a custom-written, evidence-informed curriculum, The Diamond Standard, A Promising Future promotes positive youth development, social and emotional learning, life-skills education and healthy relationship cultivation. The team provides classroom instruction, parent workshops and training for local youth-serving professionals. 

Assist the Lead Instructor with classroom set-up in a local high school, develop relationships with students and help them stay on task.

Client Services

Through non-judgmental, compassionate care and medically-accurate education, our Client Services team supports women and men faced with a life-altering pregnancy decision or compromised sexual health

Listen and assist callers with information about our services after office hours and on weekends. One weeknight and one-weekend shift is required each month. Training provided.

Serve the women who come to our clinics by providing administrative support to the Client Services Directors. Training is provided.

Support a male client and help him become an involved, committed and responsible father. Mentorship extends from early pregnancy until his child is six months of age. Training provided.

Walk with a mom as she enters the journey of motherhood. Provide education and support to help her be the best mother she can be. Mentorship extends from pregnancy until her child is one year of age.


Perform ultrasound scans on pregnant women to determine gestational age, viability and location of the pregnancy. MD, RDMS, NP, RN or DO required. Experience required. Training is provided. Availability is based
on need.

Provide risk assessment and consultation along with a testing and treatment plan and education. MD, PA-C, NP or RN required. Experience required. Training is provided. Availability is based on need.


Through individual and group connections, our ambassadors help us build a culture of life and advocate for the wellbeing of teens, women and men in our community.

Introduce the A Promising Future team to the administration of your local high school.

Help our campus liaison share information about Alternatives’ resources for pregnant and parent students.

Connect Alternatives to your pastor and ministry support team so we can be a resource to the congregation.

Join a team of volunteers who host interactive, information tables at resource fairs throughout the city.

Advocate for Alternatives in your medical workplace and connect us to other medical providers that you know.

administrative support

Office Support volunteers play a key role in helping us carry out our mission by providing important administrative support for successful operations.

Sort and organize donated items for distribution to new parents and their babies.

Collect and distribute baby bottle banks at churches throughout the Denver area or process and organize bottles in our office.

Assist in-office projects like stuffing envelopes, preparing mailings or making phone calls individually or with a small group.

Transport donated items from to and from our office locations.

Join the steering committee that plans and executes two annual fundraising events; assist with event support; prepare and/or serve meals at trainings and meetings throughout the year.