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Mentor Link

Mentor Link is dedicated to supporting vulnerable and distressed children and young people by providing them with a volunteer mentor. Using Safer Recruiting techniques, fully trained adults will offer listening support and guidance to these young people during difficulties in their lives, which may include self-harm, bullying, traumatic bereavement and family breakdown. The aim of mentoring is to help these young people achieve positive changes and remain engaged with their families, learning and community, and achieve a successful transition to adulthood. The wellbeing of these children and young people forms the focus of our work.

Address:
Crossroads Care Centre, Weir Lane, Lower Wick, Worcester, WR2 4AY
Area serviced:
West Midlands
Telephone:
01299 822336
Sector:
Voluntary

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