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Our Program

Joining our mentor-mentee program, specifically tailored for survivors and thrivers of sexual assault, brings forth a compelling and supportive alliance. This unique bond not only fosters resilience but also builds a community where isolation diminishes, replaced by a shared sense of strength and hope.


As the mentor, guiding someone through their healing journey becomes a source of personal strength and empowerment, leading to another level of healing that is truly invaluable.


By volunteering, you not only find strength and empowerment but also contribute to a network of support, making a lasting impact on others' lives. Embrace the opportunity to be a guiding light and find renewed healing in this purposeful journey together.

Applicants must be 18 years and older, commit to a six-month duration, and agree to meet at least twice a month. Additional requirements can be found in the online applications.

Step-by-Step Guide:


1. Sign Up!

   - Begin your journey by signing up for our program on our website.


2. Tailored Match:

   - We implement a sophisticated matching algorithm that considers not only the experiences of survivors and thrivers but also their personalities, interests, and needs. This personalized approach ensures more meaningful and effective mentorship relationships.


3. Training Super Fun and Interactive:

   - Engage in a lively and interactive training session designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed for the program.

4. Initiate Month One Meeting with Your Match:

   - Kick off your mentoring relationship with a Month One meeting. Use this time to get to know each other better, discuss the frequency of meetings, preferred modes of contact, and establish mutual boundaries.


5. Weave in Foundational Principles:

   - Each month, incorporate the foundational principles learned during training into your interactions. These principles act as a roadmap, aiding our mentee in uncovering the necessary steps to progress. The key to a healthy forward journey lies in incorporating positive interactions, discussing trauma within a solution-oriented framework, and maintaining a focus on constructive discussions.


6. Have Fun and Provide Feedback:

   - Enjoy the process and have fun in your mentoring relationship. Regularly provide constructive feedback with your Mentorship Manager to enhance the experience for both you and your match, ensuring continuous improvement and growth.

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