The Mentor in the Community Safety Host (CSH) program plays a vital role by offering mentorship, leadership, and support in line with the program's principles and policies.
They possess specialized skills, extensive training, and firsthand experience in the CSH environment, contributing significantly to the initiative's success.
Responsibilities include coordinating with stakeholders, ensuring CSH compliance, providing guidance during incidents, conducting regular check-ins, advocating for CSHs, and coordinating the Wrap-Around Supported Employment Model.
They also assist in supporting CSHs' well-being, navigate barriers and trauma, and facilitate various ceremonies and practices.
Requirements for this role include mentorship experience, strong communication, organizational skills, trauma-informed practices, and familiarity with community resources.