"A mentor is someone who allows you to see the hope inside yourself"
Participants in the NS2HF project work one on one with a young mother by setting goals toward a successful reintegration into the community. Participants in the program meet together regularly to review life goals in areas such as personal relationships, spirituality, positive use of leisure time, parenting skills, career and education goals, wellness and decision making. The mentors are matched with mentees based upon shared interests, shared faith backgrounds or shared life goals. Mentors are provided training and support through the NS2HF mentor training team and commit to a minimum 12 month relationship with their mentee.
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You will attend 4 hours of mentor training and spend an average of an hour a week visiting, calling or writing your mentee.Sign Up To Become A VOLUNTEER