Sharing Hope Ministry looking for women to volunteer for Stepping Stones program
AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) —
Sharing Hope Ministry is looking for Christian women to serve as mentors for the Stepping Stones Aftercare Program.
A Stepping Stones mentor offers one-on-one encouragement and support for women who have been incarcerated. Stepping Stones mentors are trained to deal with the issues and circumstances that are most relevant to women released from incarceration.
Training for mentors begins on Oct. 6 and all interested candidates are encouraged to complete an application.
Patsy's Place Transitional Home offers shelter, safety, food, clothing and life skills training. The program duration is up to one year and focuses on training post-offending women to be productive members of society within the Texas Panhandle.
A woman's mentor helps her establish and accomplish this goal. Stepping Stones mentorship is beneficial to the mentor, mentee and the community.
For more information about training, dates and/or an application, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about Sharing Hope Ministry and Patsy's Place Transitional Home can be found at www.sharinghopeministry.org.