Downtown Fellowship Mentorship Program

Downtown Fellowship's Mentorship Program pairs volunteer mentors with individuals who are transitioning out of homelessness. Mentors meet with their mentees weekly for at least 6 months. Mentors also attend quarterly trainings. Mentors are not professionals and are not expected to provide case management; rather, they provide compassionate listening and friendship, as fellow human beings. We believe that people are designed for positive relationships, and that mentorship is therefore a crucial part of responding to homelessness in San Diego.

Mentor Application

Texting OK?
Are you fluent in any other languages?
 
Are you interested in providing a component of spiritual care?
Are you willing to commit to at least 6 months of time with your mentee?
Are you able to meet with your mentee once a week
and attend mentor support meetings once a month?
Have you ever been convicted of a felony?
In what specific areas could you support your mentee?
What activities would you enjoy doing with your mentee?
 
What social groups could you help your mentee find and join?
 

For the following questions, please rate your level of comfort working with the following populations.

Please provide two personal references who know you well and can attest to your qualifications as a volunteer mentor.

Reference #1:
Reference #2:
I certify that the facts set forth in this volunteer application are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that any false statement, omission or misrepresentation in my application or placement interview may result in the rejection of my application or discharge from the mentorship program. I consent to having a background check completed prior to mentoring. I consent to the contents of this application being reviewed and discussed by representatives of the Downtown Fellowship of Churches and Ministries, for the purpose of the mentorship program. *
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