Within the CMN, there is the option to remain a general member, or sign up to take part in the mentorship program. The CMN mentorship program collects information from mentors and mentees, and makes matches based on the mentor’s background and the mentee’s desired area of learning. Mentorship is flexible, and there are no specified time requirements for the program. Once matched, the mentor and mentee decide how often they would like to connect.
The CMN provides the option to remain a general member, or to take part in the mentorship program as a mentor, a mentee, or both.
Not sure about getting engaged in mentorship? Join the CMN as a general member! You can expand your knowledge on chronic pain and substance use disorder through the CMN’s other member benefits. You can also get involved in mentorship in the future if you are interested.