Building on the success various peer counselling models including from the Center for Healthy Aging in Santa Monica, California, and the University of Washington, the Peer Mentor Program is available to persons of all ages within the Tri-City service area. Volunteer mentors receive specialized training and on-going weekly supervision and support from TCMHC clinical staff members. These volunteers meet individually with mentees and/or in groups to provide support. Groups focus on providing support and creating opportunities for members to engage in projects that serve their communities and other wellness activities.
Potential recipients of these peer mentor services are referred in any number of ways, including through Tri-City Staff, area schools and colleges, faith-based organizations, and other community agencies or organizations.
To request Peer Mentor Services, please click here.
If you are interested in becoming a peer mentor, please click here.
For more information about Peer Mentor Program contact Jennifer Phang: firstname.lastname@example.org