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Help End the Stigma and become a mentor

Something so small makes a big difference. Every time we show up to court with coffee and donuts, it encourages our veterans in the program and mentors to communicate and brings back one our core values from the military, camaraderie. To cap off our refreshments, we are providing mentorship to the participants in the Veterans Treatment Court program.

 

Our team is made up  of peers. People who have experienced what you have experienced. We understand that this time is difficult and we want to help make it a simple transition for everyone.

Being a mentor is simply about being there for a fellow Veteran. It is about making sure no Veteran feels alone, in a way that only a fellow Veteran can.

Why become a mentor?

For our Veterans there is nothing like connecting with and relying on a fellow Veteran. Our mentor program is connecting Veterans to a network of fellow Veterans who can provide support, advice, or simply a listening ear. Mentors may act as a coach, guide, role model, advocate, recovery support, mental health support, life support, or just simply an ally.

Being a mentor is simply about being there for a fellow Veteran. It is about making sure no Veteran feels alone, in a way that only a fellow Veteran can.

Mentoring is Peer Support, which is a key factor in helping people through crisis. Mentors are also key in assisting with developing necessary navigation and survival skills, adjusting to civilian life, and in improving quality of everyday lives.

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