The most important part of 1-2-1 Mentoring is the relationship between the children and the mentors. Our children need time – time spent with someone who is there just for them and who wants to help them succeed.
Mentoring activities take place all over our community – in the client’s home, at restaurants, in parks, the library, and more. We’re currently building a life skills training center at our facility that will be used to teach a variety of life skills – cooking, shopping, managing finances, applying and interviewing for jobs, and more! Mentors also with the client’s family members to help the family develop and implement a plan to help the client succeed.