Adult moms reach out to young moms through Rosemary Anderson High School’s community mentoring program.
In addition to building a playgroup, St. Johns Village Project is now turning its attention to building one-on-one relationships between adult moms and young moms through RAHS’s mentoring program.
Rosemary Anderson is a vibrant alternative high school operated by the Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center in North Portland.
After an application, background check, orientation and training, mentors get together for an hour a week with their mentees, building strong friendships while modeling problem-solving and other life skills. RAHS offers mentor/mentee pairs with discounts to area coffee shops, monthly field trips, and other help. Pairs can meet at the high school or elsewhere, during and outside of school hours.
Want to learn more? Email Gonzalo Calderon at RAHS for details and to schedule an orientation.