Volunteer Mentor - Veterans Treatment Court
10 people are interested
Mentors are able to provide peer-to-peer support and assistance to veterans’ who have adjustment challenges. The mentors will help veterans: readjust to civilian life, become introduced to various veterans’ organizations that provide community support, connect with treatment and services, navigate the court system, and act as a sponsor and advocate. Mentors are required to be veterans themselves, having served, or continuing to serve in any of the armed forces, reserves, or National Guard. A copy of their DD-214 will be required to be submitted along with their application.
This peer mentor relationship promotes and fosters through encouragement a "can do" attitude in the veteran, that the veteran can accomplish their goals, that the veterans’ are not alone and that the mentors are there for them.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
We'll work with your schedule.
Veterans CourtsAutauga, Chilton, Elmore countiesc/o 82 Pine CtMillbrook, AL 36054
- People Skills
- Crisis Counseling
- Veteran Care
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training
- Up to 4 hrs per month with a 12 month commitment
- Honorably discharged veteran;willing listener; encouraging, supportive, tolerant, respectful