The Mentoring Programme
The Mentoring Programme involves the development of a one-to-one relationship between a client and a personal mentor, based on trust, confidentiality and mutual involvement, with the goal of offering practical assistance and support.
What are the benifits of having a Mentor?
A mentor can provide assistance, advocacy or guidance to women affected by domestic abuse through the development of a one-to-one relationship.
A mentor can offer regular contact over a period of time, and can provide practical support and assistance through the provision of an individual development plan to identify and achieve specific goals.
What are the Aims of the Mentoring Programme?
- To provide practical support to access services within the local community such as Doctors, Health Visitors and Family Centres.
- To increase Self Confidence through a range of new experiences.
- To assist women to achieve specific goals identified through an individual delevopment plan.
- To help enable women affected by domestic abuse to develop skills and knowledge to address personal issues.
- To encourage and strengthen the delevopment of social networks.
For further information or to arrange an informal discussion about engaging with the Mentoring Programme, please Contact Us.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer mentor, or would like more information on volunteering, please contact:
Neath Port Talbot Council for Voluntary Services
Ty Margaret Thorne
17-19 Alfred Street, NEATH, SA11 1EF
Tel: 01639 631246
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