Our trained Family and Youth volunteer mentors help hundreds of young people and parents to raise their skills and realise their aspirations.
Developed over the past ten years, our mentoring combines long-term support with skills training. Mentors are ‘listening ears’, they teach coping strategies, guide through short-term goals, and provide personalised, practical help. Our mentors, supported by dedicated Mentor Coordinators, bring considerable skill and expertise to each relationship. They share experiences and learnings from across our other services and signpost for more specific help. Mentors give mentees control and motivation to make their own positive changes.
Working with families approaching crisis, the Stanwell Family Centre team offers outreach support, practical advice, and activities to help parents give their children the best start in life.
Everyone is so kind and compassionate…all the little things made a big difference, thank you for all your generosity, kindness, and support.
We have lots of ways to support family wellbeing and help you and your family manage difficult circumstances.
Do you know a young person aged 10-30 struggling with poor mental health? Or are you, or your community group, feeling isolated? We might be able to help you.
Volunteers are at the heart of Surrey Care Trust – we could not continue without them. If you would like to make a difference to your local community, get in…