Adult Mentoring Program
The Mentoring Program provides a strength-based support service that promotes participant centered care for individuals with cognitive disabilities such as FASD, and/or acquired brain injuries. Their needs and challenges are highlighted to enhance spiritual, emotional, physical, and mental wellbeing to create a better quality of life for the individuals within the community.
The Adult Mentoring Program focuses on client centered planning and gives the opportunity to choose and realize goals of where to learn, live, work and play. The program provides day to day support in education, employment, domestic violence, household management, money management, life skills, personal hygiene, coping and problem solving skills. These are accomplished by in-home visiting, in-house groups and sessions, and goal orientated transportation. Participants are assisted in setting up a “circle of support” with family, friends and community.
The Program partners with many community agencies and organizations which include Souls Harbor, Mission, Phoenix Residential Society, Regina Community Clinic, Acquired Brain Injuries, Four Directions Heath Clinic, FASD Network, Aboriginal City Employee Network, etc.
Referral /Application Process
January 16, 2019