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Our Peer Support Mentor program brings trauma-trained members of our community to serve as mentors for those either new to HIE or new to HIE loss. These mentors are available for 1:1 mentorship, and also connect in our 24/7 Facebook-based support groups.
Under the direction of Vanessa Zinke, LCSW, Hope for HIE’s social worker, the program launched officially in April 2022, with aims to expand the types of experiences to support in the future.
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