Childline Mentoring Volunteer
Your experience can help others.
ISPCC Waterford is currently recruiting volunteers for its Mentoring Service. The Mentoring service aims to intervene to provide children and young people with the necessary supports to promote psychological resilience and maintain their psychological wellbeing. While the parent mentoring service increases the coping capacity of parents/carers and enhances parenting skills through the provision of a supportive mentor who is available to listen, help, problem solve and develop social support networks.
Support for children and parents is carried out by a trained ISPCC volunteer mentor for a period of up to a year with monthly supervision and support from a professional childhood support worker.
If you believe and are a good, non-judgemental listener, then volunteering with the ISPCC could be for you! Full training will be provided.
If you are able to commit to giving 4 hours a week and are interested in joining a dedicated group of volunteers, come along to one of our group information meetings in the ISPCC Waterford office, Unit 4B Cleaboy Business Park, Old Kilmeaden Road, Waterford on:
Wednesday 7th September 6-7.30pm
Tuesday 27th September 6-7.30pm or
Monday 10th October 6-7.30pm