Who we are and what we do?
Learn more about Hand in Hand Family Mentorship. Who are we? What do we do? What is the problem we’re trying to fix? What makes a good mentor and a bad mentor?
Learn the purpose, vision and mission of Hand in Hand Mentoring.
Hand in Hand Family Mentoring pairs people who are struggling with a friend.
Learn the signs and behaviors that could point to dysfunction.
Understand the value of friendship in helping someone change.
Learn the attributes and behaviors of an effective mentor and friend.
A mentor is a gateway to a network of connections and opportunity.
Through regular contact and genuine care you can make an impact.
A guide for building a genuine relationship with proper boundaries.
Sincerely connecting with another is found in developing your ability to truly listen.
Our partner organizations
Hand in Hand Family Mentorship works in partnership with the Department of Health and Welfare, CASA, and City Lights Women’s Shelter. Learn more about each organizational structure to gain familiarity with the programs and their purposes.
The Department of Health and Welfare’s role in protecting Idaho’s children.
Understanding CPS’s role in removal and reunification of children.
How this shelter uses services and counseling to battle homelessness.
Understanding adverse childhood experiences (ACE)
As mentors at Hand in Hand Family Mentorship, you will have the opportunity and privilege to associate with an individual that you may not typically cross paths with in life.
Learn how childhood trauma of the past can affect the present and future.
Childhood experiences are powerful determinants of who we become as adults.
Resilience is a learned skill that allows you to “bounce back” from difficult circumstances.