Mentors

Volunteer Application   Volunteer Handbook

Mentors are individuals who wish to create an on-going, long-term relationship with an adult or child in one of our residential group homes or graduates from our addiction recovery programs. We request that you attend a Volunteer Orientation held during the month and a Mentor Training to get you fully equipped before you begin mentoring.

Being a Mentor at Miracle Hill can provide you with the opportunity to see God work in incredible ways in the lives of those we serve, while allowing you to make a difference in your local community as these individuals become productive members of society.

Mentoring an Adult graduate from our Addiction Recovery Program:

  • A mentor must be at least 18 years of age.
  • All mentors are required to complete a volunteer application.
  • Volunteer Orientation is held online and is required for all mentors prior to their start date (unless otherwise indicated).
  • All mentors must attend a Mentor Training Weekend prior to being matched with an individual.
    • If you are interested in getting you or your church involved in becoming a mentor, please call our toll free number (877) 558-4357 or email mhmi@miraclehill.org.
  • Lives are changed by relationships. It is our desire, in whatever capacity you chose to volunteer, that you focus on building relationships, serving with our guests, never doing for them what they have the capacity to do for themselves and equipping instead of enabling.

Mentoring a youth (11-21 years of age) from one of our Residential Group Homes:

  • A mentor must be at least 23 years of age.
  • All mentors are required to complete a volunteer application and submit to a background and reference check.
  • Volunteer Orientation is held online and is required for all mentors prior to their start date (unless otherwise indicated).
  • All mentors must attend a Mentor Training Session prior to being matched with a youth (offered quarterly).
    • Contact Janis Rogers, Mentor Coordinator, to register for the next training session. (jrogers@miraclehill.org or 702-755-3668)
  • Lives are changed by relationships. It is our desire, in whatever capacity you chose to volunteer, that you focus on building relationships, serving with our guests, never doing for them what they have the capacity to do for themselves and equipping instead of enabling

We know the impact mentors can have on the life of our guests is incredible, therefore we encourage you to invest in on-going service.  However, if you are unable to commit currently to an on-going mentor relationship with Miracle Hill, we still want to work with you.

For further information, you may contact our volunteer coordinator Jaclyn Pinkham at (864) 268-4357.