VOLUNTEER

Hands and Feet Mentors are community-based people, inspired by their faith to listen without judgment and to provide honesty and insight in order to help returning citizens successfully reintegrate into society. Any man or woman 25 or older, who is not currently on probation or parole, can become a mentor. - Mentor Job Description: Mentors work in cooperation with parole agents, the Department of Corrections, and H & F and may provide guidance to mentees in the following areas: Emotional support and encouragement; help finding housing; help with employment and budgeting; family relationships; health care options; peer support; and, miscellaneous independent living skills. 

If you would like more information about volunteering or becoming a mentor please send us your information below!