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Life Choices Mentor

How Does a "Life Choices Mentor" Support Families?

Central to the Sherlock Center's Supported Parenting model is support from a Life Choices Mentor. This support is voluntary, based in the parents' home, and long-term.

Through regular meetings with the parent and family, the Life Choices Mentor:
The Life Choices Mentor can provide guidance and coaching in the following areas:
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