Become an Ally (Mentor)

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ORGANIZATION: MOMMIES MATTER

Mommies Matter is a faith-based, pro-life charitable organization that exists to journey with pregnant, single mothers. The special role of an "Ally" is designed to be a wrap-around system of emotional and spiritual support through an ongoing relationship for a single mom. The role of Ally is similar to that of a "mentor", sharing encouragement and hope throughout the journey of pregnancy and single motherhood. Given the nature of the Ally role, it is for women who are mothers themselves.

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About MOMMIES MATTER

Location:

PO Box 402, GALENA, OH 43021, US

Mission Statement

Empowering single, pregnant women by "Doing Life Together."

Description

Mommies Matter provides an extension of pregnancy care services by journeying with single mothers through their pregnancies, the birth of their child, and beyond. In 2018, Mommies Matter began offering extensive support services alongside local pregnancy centers, agencies, and hospitals in Columbus, Ohio. Practical supports offered to pregnant, single mothers include group and one-on-one mentoring, family advocacy services, financial assistance, financial advocacy services, life coaching, mental health counseling, material aid support, and beyond. Mommies Matter is more than "services offered" - we are a supportive, long-lasting community, wrapping around single mothers with the support and resources they need and deserve. Won't you join us?

CAUSE AREAS

Crisis Support
Faith-Based
Women
Crisis Support, Faith-Based, Women

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Multiple locations Galena, OH 43021

(40.21506,-82.8799)
 

SKILLS

  • Mentoring
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Crisis Counseling

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • Dependent on client's particular needs
  • Must be a woman who is also a mother (biological, adoptive, or foster)

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