WHAT IS A MENTOR?
A mentor is an individual who wants to have a positive impact on another person's life. He or she is a trusted person, with at least a 90-day commitment (maybe longer), to provide guidance and support to another person.
As a mentor, you will have the opportunity to provide access to people, places, and things outside the mentee's daily routine to help create a supportive social network. As a mentor, you will help your mentee through the program and help them transition from an ex-offender to a productive citizen.
Mentees are enrolled in either our residential program (CRP) or the non-residential program (DRC), and mentorship relationships are formed in two ways: community group mentoring and one-one-one mentoring.