Support Volunteers

Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. Be devoted to one another in brotherly love. Honor one another above yourselves. Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Share with God’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality.
— Romans 12:9-13
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Prayer Team

Join the Clinic’s prayer team on Wednesday mornings from 9:30-11.  The Clinic is seeking to have a consistent prayer presence at the Clinic’s main intake located at 3333 N. Meridian Street, Suite 201, Indianapolis, IN  46208.   The prayer team will have an opportunity to pray with clients who request prayer and/or pray through the prayer requests of those who completed a prayer card.  A private prayer room is available as well.  Ideally the team would consist of a team leader and several team members.  The team leader would be responsible for scheduling the prayer team members for the various weeks. 

Qualifications:  Volunteers must complete the volunteer paperwork and attend a brief orientation. 


General Administration & Paralegal Volunteers

Like any legal office, the Clinic has general administrative needs as well as paralegal needs. If you have skills and experience in administrative work or you are a paralegal student looking for legal experience, the Clinic has a variety of ways in which a volunteer/intern can get involved. This opportunity is best for those who can volunteer during business hours at the Clinic’s main office.

Qualifications:  Volunteers must complete the volunteer paperwork and attend training. 


Project GRACE Expungement Help Desk  

The Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic’s Project GRACE (Guided Re-entry And Community Education) has initiated the Pro Se Justice Project. The program established a Help Desk at the City County Building staffed by law students, volunteers, and Clinic staff. The Help Desk currently distributes information, provides basic navigation through petitions, and answers general questions regarding the expungement/sealing of criminal records. The Help Desk assists qualified persons in properly filling out the paperwork, but will not offer legal advice or representation. Training is provided and knowledge of criminal law is not necessary in order to become a Help Desk volunteer.

Qualifications:  Support volunteers, undergraduate, and law students are eligible.  Volunteers must complete paperwork and attend training.