Become a Mentor

Make a positive impact through mentorship

At Community Warehouse, we believe in the power of positive relationships to help formerly incarcerated individuals reintegrate into society. One way we accomplish this is through our Partners In Hope initiative, which provides re-entry services, job training, and employment support for individuals who have been released from prison.

You Can Make a Difference

Become a Mentor and help break the cycle of incarceration

At CW, we believe in the power of positive relationships to help formerly incarcerated individuals succeed. By becoming a mentor for PIH, you can make a positive difference in the lives of others while also experiencing personal growth and fulfillment.

Why become a mentor for PIH?

As a mentor, you can play a vital role in this process by helping participants build meaningful relationships and develop crucial life skills. Utilizing Biblical principles, PIH emphasizes the importance of faith, forgiveness, and second chances. By becoming a mentor, you can help break the cycle of incarceration and create a brighter future for our community.

How it works to be a mentor.

Mentors play a crucial role in the success of our initiative. As a mentor, you will be matched with a formerly incarcerated individual and provide guidance, support, and encouragement throughout their transition back into society. The positive relationships built between mentors and participants help break the cycle of incarceration and reduce recidivism rates.

What qualifies you to be a mentor?

Many people mistakenly believe that they are not qualified to be mentors. However, no special skills or experience are required to become a mentor for PIH. All you need is a heart for helping others and a willingness to learn.

What are the expectations of meeting?

Meet face-to-face once a month. You have the flexibility to choose the meeting location, whether it's going out to eat, meeting at a favorite spot, or at the Partners in Hope building.

Keep in regular contact at least once a week through phone calls, texting, or emails.

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Mentor Requirements

To become a mentor, you must be 21 years of age or older and willing to commit to an 18-month mentoring relationship. We accommodate vacations and work travel. The process includes completing the Mentor Application, an in-person interview, 2-3 reference checks, and a background check.

How to Sign Up

If you have questions about becoming a mentor for PIH, contact our Mentor Coordinator, Phil Harvey. Phil will provide you with more information on the mentoring process and answer any questions you may have. Otherwise, use the form below to apply today.

Apply Now to Become a Mentor