Aboriginal Mentor Program

The in-school Indigenous Mentor is dedicated to providing and exploring safe, culturally appropriate mentoring services for Indigenous youth.

The mentor provides individualized social and emotional support services, resource referrals, direct services to enable supports, resilience (leadership and relationship based). Referrals to see this worker can be received from several points including First Nation Support Workers, teachers, school administrators, school counselors, bands and self-referrals.


  • To build resilient children and youth who have the knowledge, skills and attitudes to resist the unhealthy social conditions and peer pressures in their community.
  • To build supportive and capable parents who will support their children in making healthy life-choices.
  • To build healthy partnerships between community partners and families.
  • To collaboratively work with school personnel to establish a wrap-around support service for students.
  • Improvements in Indigenous student’s achievement as per Goal 2 of the District Achievement Plan.

Hope and Area Transition Society provides services, advocacy and education to build resiliency, empowerment and inclusion.

Main Office: (604) 869-5111

400 Park Street, PO Box 1761, Hope, BC V0X1L0

House of Hope Emergency Shelter: (604) 869-7574

650 Old Princeton Hwy. Hope, BC V0X1L4


Jean Scott Transition House: (604) 869-5191

I acknowledge our agency provides services within the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Stó:lō and Nlaka’pamux.