Recruitment Peer Mentoring Program
What is the RPM Program?
The Recruitment Peer Mentoring (RPM) Program is a recruitment effort in the state of Idaho that engages experienced foster, adoptive, and kinship parents to meet with individuals and groups. As Recruiter Peer Mentors, they talk about the role of resource families (foster and adoptive), assist individuals through the application and assessment process, and provide mentoring support for foster and adoptive families.
Did You Know that RPM's:
- Are local foster, adoptive, and kinship parents who can help individuals become a resource family(foster and adoptive parent)?
- Provide on-going support to licensed Idaho Resource Families?
- Connect families with community resources, support groups, and a Resource Library?
The RPM Program is implemented statewide and consists of regional committees which include Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Program Managers, regional Directors, the regional RPM's, Idaho Child Welfare Research and Training Center, Idaho Child Welfare Partnership, University Partners, Navigators, Supervisors, Tribal representatives, and community members as appointed by the committees.
Contact a RPM Program in your area today!
Please contact us if you need assistance or additional information.