Therapeutic Mentoring


Therapeutic mentors help children deal constructively with their frustrations, disappointments and school and family issues.

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Studies show that young people with mentors are 52% less likely to skip school and 32% less likely to act out violently.

Families and school counselors may refer children ages 5-19 to this program. Therapeutic mentors, who are paid, have a degree in a social science or education. They meet with each child and his/her family to set goals and reach those goals. Mentors meet with the children at home, school or in the community at least once a week for up to a year. The program is free to any at-risk child in the areas served.

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