Change a life, become a mentor!
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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The Compeer Program encourages individuals with a mental health diagnosis ages 17+ and at-risk youth ages 5-17 to build self-confidence, self-reliance, and healthy relationships by involving them in one-to-one friendships, mentorships, innovative programs, and regular social contact. The Compeer Program is designed to help reduce the isolation and the feelings of loneliness experienced by many of our participants. Our goal at Compeer is to provide companionship, friendship, and the needed support system to help individuals feel more connected to the community. Participants are referred into the Compeer Program by their therapists, counselors, or case managers.
About Compeer Mentoring Program
47 Broad Avenue, Binghamton, NY 13904, US
The Compeer program encourages at risk youth ages 5-17 and adults with mental health diagnosis ages 17+ to build self confidence, self-reliance, and healthy relationships by involving them in one-to-one mentorships/friendships, innovative programs, and regular positive social contact.
In the Compeer Youth Program: our community volunteers engage in supportive one-to-one mentorships with youth who are at-risk (ages 5 to 17). A mentor offers the gift of friendship, personal attention and encouragement, promoting self-confidence, self-reliance and healthy social engagement.
In the Adult Compeer Program: a volunteer has the unique opportunity to provide companionship and social support for an individual receiving mental health services. A Compeer friendship match helps to reduce the isolation and feelings of loneliness experienced by many of our program participants.
We'll work with your schedule.
47 Broad AvenueBinghamtonBinghamton, NY 13904
- Youth Services
- Mental Health
- Child Development
- Crisis Counseling
- Social Work
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 4 hours per month minimum
- Screening and training will be provided at no cost to the volunteer