Youth mentoring is the process of matching mentors with young people who
need or want a ... The goal of youth mentoring programs is to improve the well-
being of the child by providing a role model t...
Youth mentoring - a consistent, prosocial relationship between an adult or ... as
providing mentoring services to underserved and at-risk populations of youth.
Mentoring is often one component of a program that involves other elements,
such ... Without this, mentoring programs run the risk of harming young people
The Youth Justice Mentoring Program (YJM) serves youth aged 11-19 who are ...
in San Francisco Juvenile Hall and are at-risk of further justice involvement, ...
Describes at-risk and high-risk juveniles, outlines guidelines for effective
mentoring of struggling young people, and introduces the graphic novel, Makin' It.
Promising - Program has some evidence that it achieves justice-related goals ...
Offers one-to-one mentoring in a community setting for at-risk youth between the
OJJDP's Juvenile Mentoring Program. (JUMP) is designed to reduce delin-
quency and improve school attendance for at-risk youth. Mentoring is also one.
Learn how to determine if a mentoring program is what you need. ... in a
mentoring relationship; Roles of non-familial adults in the lives of at-risk children
Foundations of Successful Youth Mentoring: A Guidebook for Program
Development ... Strengthening Mentoring Opportunities for At-Risk Youth (Policy
This report explores whether a mentoring program run by a faith-based
organization is a viable intervention for high-risk youth.