Our mentorship program is designed to work with at risk single parents to help establish positive changes through support, guidance, accountability, and involvement.
Mentors may assist parents in meeting the requirements of the state to help parents keep custody of their dependants.
The ultimate goal is to maintain children safely at home in order to spare them the trauma of separation.
Our mentor program is designed to work with at risk single parents to help establish these positive changes.
Mentoring helps assure those being mentored that there is someone who cares about them.
Mentoring assures mentees they are not alone in the day-to-day challenges of being a parent and simply living life.
Research has shown that quality mentor relationships leave lasting positive impacts on those being mentored.
Mentoring is about building connections and inspiring others to reach their goals.
Mentors work together with single parents to educate and support them in the following areas:
Mentors are like free life coaches!
Unlike other similar programs, there is no time limit for a single parent to be assigned to a mentor. Mentors and parents are requested to commit to at least a 1 year commitment to ensure success and sustainability.