Studies show that young people with mentors are 52% less likely to skip school and 32% less likely to act out violently. Mentors help children deal constructively with their frustrations, disappointments and school and family issues. PCHAS operates two mentoring programs.
In Missouri, Elevate Mentoring was called Therapeutic Mentoring for many years. The new name reflects how the program lifts up children and their communities. It works with each child and his/her family to set goals and reach them.
You can make a difference in a child’s life by helping to fund the programs that bring them safety, love and healing.
There are many ways to share your time and talents with PCHAS. Join us for meaningful service opportunities that strengthen communities and change lives.