Treehouse is on a mission to end hopelessness among teens. They help teens to build relationships and resiliency rooted in living hope. Each site hosts programs that give teens a safe space to find support and belonging. Through mentorships, retreats, and other off-site activities, teens have the opportunity to build deeper relationships with peers and caring adults.
WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
Community Development Team Member
The Community Development Team (CDT) is comprised of 10-12 caring adults who assist their local TreeHouse in stewarding the mission and values of TreeHouse to the community through volunteer engagement, community awareness, event planning, and fundraising.
Time Commitment: 2-5 hours/month
Support Group Facilitator
Invest directly in the lives of teens during Support Group programs. You'll have the chance to build relationships with teens during large group time and free time. You'll also be trained to facilitate a smaller support group, creating a safe environment for teens to share what's going on in their lives and get support from their peers.
Time Commitment: once a week for minimum of one year
TreeHouse Next Coach
Join teens and coaches from Plymouth TreeHouse for group coaching sessions to help teens develop an educational or vocational path for the future. Assist teens in the areas of: ACT/SAT preparation; essay writing; college or vocational school applications; financial aid; resume/interview preparation; and guidance for the transition after high school. Training provided.
Time Commitment: 5 hours/month, Sept-May
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If you have any questions or would like to find out more about how to get involved with this ministry, please contact Charlene Williams at email@example.com