Le Chéile provides a mentoring service to young people involved with Young Person’s Probation. Our mentors act as a positive role model, advisor and friend. Mentors work with a young person for 3 hours a week for up to 2 years.
Mentoring may be offered to young people where they are under a Mentor (Family Support) Order or where mentoring is a condition of a Probation Bond.
This service is offered in Dublin North, Dublin South, Cork, Waterford (including Clonmel and New Ross), Limerick (including Clare, North Tipperary and North Kerry) and the Midlands region (covering Laois, Offaly, Kildare, Kilkenny and Carlow.)
Information for Young People
What is a Mentor? A Le Chéile Mentor is a volunteer, aged 20 years and over. A Mentor will bread more
Information for Parents
What is a Mentor? Mentors are members of the community who gives their time on a voluntary (unpaid)read more
Information for Volunteers
What is Mentoring? A Mentor has come to mean a loyal, wise, a trusted teacher and friend (Dondero,read more
Information for Referral Agents
What is a Mentor? A Mentor has come to mean a loyal, wise and trusted teacher and friend (Dondero 1read more