Stepping Stones Mentors offer one-on-one care while walking alongside a woman when she is hurting, lonely, worried, confused, doubting or lost - all feelings experienced by women who have recently been incarcerated. The mentor’s role is to be a listener and encourager. Mentoring is biblical... It is what Jesus commands us to do, “Love one another.” Mentors are “care-givers” who help women seek out God as the ultimate “cure-giver.”
Interested in Becoming a Mentor?
There is no charge for the training and all materials, notebook, meals and snacks for the days of training.
What amount of time is expected of a mentor?
1 hr. weekly to meet face-to-face with assigned mentee
Once a month for Small Group Peer Supervision (1st Thursday evening of the month)
Training Courses -
Christian Care Giving, Chemical Dependency - Drugs and Alcohol, Assertiveness and Manipulation, Maintaining Boundaries, Co-Dependency, Sexual Abuse, and a closer look at the women we work with
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please contact Stevi at 806-358-7803 or firstname.lastname@example.org