Volunteer to be a Community Coach
Community Coach Mentoring Program
Do you want to make a difference in your community? Volunteer to be a Community Coach to a person returning to the community from prison! This type of program has proven to be tremendously successful in reentry programs throughout the country. Make a difference in your community and have a positive impact on a person’s life. Contact Yavapai Reentry Project at info@YavapaiReentryProject.org to learn more about coaching and more ways to get involved.
We offer free training in Prescott Valley and Cottonwood. Learn needed skills for working one-on-one in helping provide referrals, emotional support and resources for former inmates. No experience, prior qualifications or education is needed. See the brochure for more information, or contact Brenda to register: email@example.com or (928) 708-0100.
All that is needed is the desire to help
What Makes a Good Community Coach?
The most important characteristics
that a community coach possesses
- A listening ear
- An open mind
- A caring heart
3 Reasons to Become a Community Coach
You Make a Real Difference in Your Community
Over 95% of YRP program participants have not reoffended. That is 600% below the average rate of recidivism for inmates returning to Yavapai County.
You Have A Positive Impact on a Person’s Life
“The Yavapai Reentry Project was out there to help [reentering individuals] and get us back into the community. Knowing that that was out there was a relief.”
“The Yavapai Reentry Project offered me a sense of direction and gave me a feeling of purpose. It gave my family a sense of serenity to know that there was an organization willing to help me even though I had—well because I had a history in prison!”
You Help Shape the Lives of Children
Children who have a parent who has been imprisoned have a better than 50% chance of going to prison themselves.
Ready to Start Changing Lives?
The Yavapai Reentry Project works with many organizations acorrs the County to help create opportunities for formally incarcerated individuals returning to communities throughout Yavapai County to find support, healthy relationships, and hope for their futures.