Connecting Vets With Mentors
A key element in assisting veterans through the court process is involving them with mentors. At Nevada Veterans Alliance we make an attempt to connect all veterans, in or out of the justice court system, with a mentor.
What Mentors Do
Mentors help veterans in and out of the justice court process. Often the veteran doesn’t ask for help or get assigned a mentor until they are a part of the system. Regardless of their circumstances a mentor meets with their mentee to keep a solid relationship and become the person the mentee leans on in times of crisis or need. Some of the most common tasks mentors perform are:
- Be in court when mentees appear.
- Maintain a relationship between court appearances.
- Have weekly communications to resolve legal and personal mental issues.
- Meet face to face at least once per month to ensure progress is being made.
Become a Mentor
As a vital part of the justice program, mentors are in high demand. If you would like to volunteer to help, being a mentor or in another capacity, please complete the form below.