Mentoring Children of Incarcerated Parents
Mentors can play a big part in the life of a youth, providing someone for them to look up to and maybe give them another perspective on life. Children of an incarcerated parent face a different set of challenges. And if both parents are incarcerated, the child could face the foster care system. A Columbus-based leadership group is working to raise funds to provide life-long mentors for children of incarcerated parents.
Join us today as we talk about the value of mentoring children and teens.
- Abby Fisher, Vice President of Programs for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio
- Kanisha Dumas, mentee and student at the University of Cincinnati
- Jacci Woolwine, mentor
- Nick Padilla, captain of the Vision Impact Program at Next Level Trainings