The MENTOR Network

Mentors Serving Adults

As we continue to navigate this public health crisis together, we’re seeing how our lives and communities have changed in this new reality. One thing that remains unchanged is our commitment to the individuals we serve and our Mentors. We are here for you. We understand that you may be feeling concerned, anxious, or stressed, and we are here to support you. Our dedicated coordinators and program staff remain available 24/7. We will continue to regularly meet with you, over the phone or virtually, and we will continue finding ways to ensure you feel connected to the MENTOR family.

Below are resources to help you and the individual in your care. If you have any questions or simply need a friendly ear to listen, don’t hesitate to contact your local team member. Thank you for all that you do to make a difference.

What You Need to Know (CDC) What To Do If You’re Sick (CDC)
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Network Angels

For any Mentor who has experienced a loss of income due to COVID-19 or a qualifying life event, you may be eligible for support through our Network Angels emergency assistance fund.

Community Supports

  • 211 – connects people with local resources and supports
  • Feeding America – provides nourishing food to individuals and families

Tips

  • Educate the individual in your care on the importance of handwashing and other prevention measures
  • Create a schedule and routine to provide structure, which can be comforting
  • Find ways to support the individual in your care in pursuing the activities and hobbies they love from home
  • Contact your coordinator or local team member to brainstorm creative ways to support the individual in your care

Health and Wellness

(Always exercise within your health limits. If you have any questions, call you Healthcare Provider to discuss.)

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