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Could you be a trusted adult for someone in need?

Help make a difference in the lives of parents and students in your community!

In all of our programs, our dedicated staff and volunteers emphasize the importance of being or finding a “trusted adult.” But what exactly is a trusted adult?

A trusted adult can be identified by the following characteristics:

  • Are over the age of 21

  • Actively make healthy choices

  • Someone that you spend time with on a regular basis

  • Has your best interests in mind

  • Are thoughtful and actively listen

  • Establishes themselves as trustworthy and dependable

  • Someone whose words and actions make you feel safe

Do you have a trusted adult in your life?

Are you a trusted adult in someone else’s life?

Do you have a desire to help parents take the steps to become a safe, healthy

presence in the lives of their own children?

Would you like to mentor students and become their trusted adult?

We are always looking for compassionate, present, and mindful volunteers to help

facilitate these connections with our clients. For more information about how you

can join the mission, please reach out to whichever program needs you feel best suit

your talents.

Parenting Network/Volunteer Parent Educator:

New Roots Mentor/Volunteer Student Mentor:

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