The Mentor is responsible for serving as a role model for families and youth with emotional disturbances. The Mentor is responsible for reinforcing the positive values identified by the youth’s guardians and treatment team using elements of the child and family’s cultural, social, and personal community. The Mentor provides support and encouragement and helps youth develop and improve self-esteem. They are responsible for helping the youth to understand the relevance of school work to their daily lives, providing opportunities for personal growth, increase self-awareness, and realize their potential.
- Attends and participates in WRAP meetings.
- Attends quarterly Care Review meetings.
- The Mentor will act as a facilitator in connecting the youth and their family to community partners as designated by the wraparound team.
- Completes Mentor Logs and appropriate documentation.
- Commits to work with youth the hours per week that is determined by the Care Coordinating Council and the youth’s WRAP team.
- Other duties as assigned.
The Mentor must have a high school diploma or GED. One of year of experience working in a mental healthcare environment is preferred.
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