What is a mentor?
A mentor is a wise and trusted friend and guide, a source of encouragement, a positive role model, a developer of talents. A mentor is a caring adult who wants to help a young person succeed. You don't need special skills to be a mentor. You just need to care and be there! If you can volunteer one hour a week, you can make the difference in the life of a child.

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1. Can I attend a Women's Commission meeting?
2. How can businesses and civic organizations help the Mentor Program?
3. How do I volunteer?
4. How often can I volunteer?
5. I am having difficulty in getting child support payments. Who can offer suggestions?
6. Is there a support group that I can connect with?
7. Is there an opportunity for me to meet other women who are interested in women's issues? Can I attend a Women's Commission meeting?
8. What are specific support groups for domestic situations?
9. What does Volunteer Harford do?
10. What geographic area does Volunteer Harford serve?
11. What is a mentor?
12. What types of volunteer opportunities does Volunteer Harford have?
13. Where can a person call for legal assistance in a domestic situation?
14. Why mentor?