CHIPS’ Mentoring program (Cross Link) recruits trusted adult Mentors to spend one hour, with one child, once a week, for one year.

Mentors help primary aged children (at school, during school time) with homework, or play games and complete craft activities to create positive relationships with children who may lack confidence, self-esteem, or who are experiencing family or friendship issues.

All Mentors have a current Working With Children’s Check and must attend an interview prior to being accepted into the program.