Project Lifeline started in 1999. Volunteers are trained to be mentors for Stage II residents and WINGS graduates. The specific areas of involvement depend on the mentee's needs and requests. The mentor's role is to offer companionship, stability, advocacy, career assistance, home visits and social activities for the participants. Potential mentors will be interviewed by the Project Lifeline Coordinator and are involved in a separate training, which consists of three two-hour training sessions and a monthly group meeting. In addition to training, a six-month commitment to the program is required.
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