Mentoring Programs

Community-Based Mentoring Programs
(operating in both urban and rural communities)

TEAM – serving at-risk youth ages 6-17 years old, and/or who may be impacted by incarceration.

New Options – an athletics-based program for teenage boys who are currently living in a residential treatment center called Stepping Stones. The boys are working towards being reintroduced into the community after they complete their treatment/ school plans.

Jordan Kent Skills Camps – athletics-based opportunities for youth ages 7-13 years old/ to further develop self-worth, a service-oriented attitude, and healthy eating habits (might need link to original website/to be negotiated w/Jordan Kent).

 

School-Based Mentoring Programs
(operating in over 10 schools and 4 school districts)

ROMP – serving at-risk youth ages 6-17 year old in rural communities, and/or who may be impacted by incarceration.

Lunch-Buddies – serving at-risk youth ages 6-17 year old in urban communities, and/or who may be impacted by incarceration.

Awards and Recognitions

  • 2012 Best Small Nonprofit To Work For in Eugene – 100 Best Nonprofits survey by Oregon Business Magazine
  • 2009 United Way – Exemplary Campaign Partner
  • 2004 United Way – Helping Hand Award
  • 2003 President’s Appreciation – US Department of Health and Human Services – Contribution toward goal of 100,000 matches by President’s Mentoring Children of Prisoners Initiative
  • 2003 United Way – Community Caring Award
  • 2001 United Way – Community Builder Award
  • 2000 United Way – Community Builder Award
  • 2000 United Way – Community Caring Award
  • 1999 United Way – Services Appreciation Certificate

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