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    Programs that provide companionship, guidance and/or role models for individuals who are disadvantaged because of age, income, physical or developmental disabilities or family environment.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    After School and College Scholarship Program (Aurora High School) - Boys Hope Girls Hope of ColoradoProvides an after school program for middle school and high school students in Aurora, who are academically high-achieving and have a demonstrated need for assistance. Services include: - Tutoring and mentoring - Test preparation assistance - Financial assistance through collegeArapahoe CountyBoys Hope Girls Hope of ColoradoBoys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado
    After School Program - The Family Center/La FamiliaProvides enrichment opportunities through after school homework help, arts activities, outdoor play, nature exploration, and field trips. Also offers after school and full day programming during the school year on days when school is not in session. Volunteers assist with set-up, snack preparation, help students with homework, and create a mentoring relationship with the students.Larimer CountyFamily Center/La FamiliaFamily Center/La Familia
    Asian Youth Mentorship (Alton Street) - Asian Pacific Development CenterProvides mentoring program for Asian-American middle school or high school students in Aurora.Adams CountyAlton Street - Asian Pacific Development CenterAsian Pacific Development Center
    At-Risk Youth Mentoring - Denver Area Youth for ChristProvides spiritual guidance and mentoring relationships to at-risk youth, including those with experience in detention centers, state institutions, private hospitals for at-risk youth, or group homes.Arapahoe CountyDenver Area Youth for ChristDenver Area Youth for Christ
    Bible Study and Mentoring for Ex-Inmates - Grace Fellowship ChurchOffers the "Walking it Out" program; a faith-based, accountability, discipleship, and mentoring opportunity for men and women coming out of jail, off of drugs and alcohol. Also offers a relapse prevention program, bible study, and free counseling for the purpose of sharing, encouraging, and helping ex-inmates and their families. Larimer CountyGrace Fellowship ChurchGrace Fellowship Church
    Buddy Mentors - Bright Future Foundation, Eagle CountyBuddy Mentors, our mentoring program, is the oldest of our youth programs. Individuals from around the community volunteer to meet with youth 3 hours a week to aid them with their Plan of Care and offer them support as they process their teenage years. Both the Junior and Senior Buddy meet to discuss their goals with the Advocate Case Manager and sign an agreement that they will meet for a year. We are always looking for additional volunteers for this program. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BrightFutureEagleCounty/ Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation, Eagle CountyBright Future Foundation, Eagle County
    College Education Financial Support - Greenhouse ScholarsProvides comprehensive personal and financial assistance to high-performing, under-resourced college students using a unique Whole Person© approach, which offers support in the following ways: - Intellectually - Academically - Professionally - FinanciallyBoulder CountyGreenhouse ScholarsGreenhouse Scholars
    College Internships - INROADS Rocky Mountain RegionOffers paid internships for diverse undergraduate college students. Internships include up to two years of academic, professional, and personal coaching, combined with summer employment at local corporations. Training is provided in management, communication, business etiquette, community involvement, and more.Arapahoe CountyINROADS Rocky Mountain RegionINROADS Rocky Mountain Region
    Community-Based Youth Mentoring - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest ColoradoVolunteers commit to spending an average of 2-3 hours a week with children ages 6-17 years of age, participating in a variety of activities. Volunteer mentors help with a variety of activities such as: - One-on-One Mentoring - Indoor and Outdoor Recreational Activities - Organize group outings - Consistent Companionship All volunteer mentors must meet specific requirements and are provided with on-going training to help them come up with activity ideas and how to be a good mentor. Children must be able to commit for at least a year to the program and must have a permanent residence.Archuleta CountyBig Brothers Big Sister of Southwest Colorado (Archuleta County)Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado
    Community-Based Youth Mentoring - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest ColoradoVolunteers commit to spending an average of 2-3 hours a week with children ages 6-17 years of age, participating in a variety of activities. Volunteer mentors help with a variety of activities such as: - One-on-One Mentoring - Indoor and Outdoor Recreational Activities - Organize group outings - Consistent Companionship All volunteer mentors must meet specific requirements and are provided with on-going training to help them come up with activity ideas and how to be a good mentor. Children must be able to commit for at least a year to the program and must have a permanent residence.La Plata CountyBig Brothers Big Sister of Southwest Colorado (La Plata County)Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado
    COMPASS and PRIDE Youth Programs - Department of Human Services (Weld)Compass: Weld County Family Services Team is a collaborative effort comprised of professionals from a wide variety of Weld County service organizations. The program strives to build on the strengths of youth and their families by increasing protective factors and reducing problematic behaviors. Family services are individualized to the needs of each youth and their family. Se Habla Español.Weld CountyDepartment of Human Services (Weld)Department of Human Services (Weld)
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (All Saints Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyAll Saints Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Annunciation Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyAnnunciation Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Aurora Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededArapahoe CountyAurora Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Boulder Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededBoulder CountyBoulder Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Centro San Juan Diego Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyCentro San Juan Diego Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Denver Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyDenver Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Eagle Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededEagle CountyEagle Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Fort Collins Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededLarimer CountyFort Collins Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Frisco Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededSummit CountyFrisco Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Holy Family Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountyHoly Family Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Jefferson County Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededJefferson CountyJefferson County Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Drop-In Center for Mothers and Pregnant Women (Saint Francis de Sales Gabriel House) - Gabriel ProjectOffers a drop-in center for pregnant women and moms with small children that provides the following: - Diapers and wipes - Clothing for babies and small children up to size 5T - Baby formula (when available) - Baby equipment (when available) - Mentoring and referral resources - Spiritual help if neededDenver CountySaint Francis de Sales Gabriel House - Gabriel ProjectGabriel Project
    Families Plus (Integrated Health Care Service)Families Plus provides long-term support for families so that their children can thrive and grow to become healthy, educated and productive young adults. Integrated Healthcare - Families Plus utilizes an integrated healthcare system to make sure all the children's mental and physical health needs are met. - A mental health care professional (psychologist, social worker, counselor) is provided for each child to guide the family to a variety of health services and coordinate volunteers to help support the family. Community Volunteer Investments Families Plus screens and trains volunteers to help parents with a variety of services, which can include: - Volunteer families who become permanent mentoring families to a child - Educational Tutors - Help parents monitor the child's schoolwork - Mentors who can work with children on skill-building activities - Crisis Intervention Families Plus provides a variety of other services to children and families enrolled with the agency to improve their quality of life. Service can include: - Household needs such as washers, dryers, beds, bedding and clothing - Donated or low-cost computers for families who cannot afford one - Transportation to doctor's appointments and activities - Financial assistance to enroll children in summer camp, team sports, after school programs, classes and other activities - Mother's and Father's Day gifts for children to give to their parents - Christmas presents for children and their families based on donations for that season.Delta CountyFamilies PlusFamilies Plus
    Family Mentor Alliance - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoFamily Mentor Alliance provides mentoring services to families experiencing homelessness. Over a six-month period, through structured mentoring in the areas of family budgeting and other life skills, families benefit from the encouragement of relational support and mentoring. They assist with developing a realistic and workable budget and finding housing. Call for more information. El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Life Skills Assistance - Waypoints Faith CommunityProvides life skills assistance to individuals dealing with addictions or other legal and life problems. Weld CountyTower 21Waypoints Faith Community
    Mentoring and Independent Living Skills - Shiloh HouseOffers community outreach programs, including mentoring and independent living skills classes for youth aged 16 to 25. Independent Living skills classes typically held in the evenings.Jefferson CountyShiloh HouseShiloh House
    Mentoring for Adolescent Girls - Metro Denver PartnersServes girls ages 9 - 14 in Denver County. In addition to being matched with an adult volunteer mentor, girls in this program meet weekly to work on life-skills training with a strong focus on conflict resolution, sexuality, and non-traditional careers. The program includes: - Parent In-Service Training - Community Service Projects - Cultural Modeling - School Success/BondingDenver CountyMetro Denver PartnersMetro Denver Partners
    Mentoring Program - Mean Street MinistrySojourners is designed to support and encourage families and individuals in accomplishing goals that will ultimately change the cycles of their life and their current situation. This 10 month mentoring program includes life skills classes and financial assistance (i.e., first month's rent, deposit, monthly support, and graduation gifts).Jefferson CountyMean Street MinistryMean Street Ministry
    Mentoring Program - Save Our YouthProvides youth ages 10 - 17 with mentors who meet one-on-one every week for at least a year. Mentors pick up youth and take them to a specific activity. Youth in the program may receive free tickets to events around the city, or participate in Summer Academy or College Prep programs.Denver CountySave Our YouthSave Our Youth
    Mesa County Partners ProgramThe mission of Mesa County Partners is to make a difference in the lives of young people by helping them develop a positive self-image, a sense of belonging, and an acceptance of responsibility for their actions. Our goal is to help young people become independent and productive members of society.Mesa County1169 Colorado Ave. Grand Junction - PartnersPartners
    Mountain Mentors (Peak One Drive) - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesProvides a community-based mentoring program that matches adult volunteers with youth ages 8 to 16. Activities range from help with schoolwork, playing catch, going to the recreation center, or skiing in the mountains.Summit CountyPeak One Drive - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesSummit County Department of Health and Human Services
    One-To-One Mentoring Program - PartnersProvide positive adult role models for children in an at risk environment, using a structured mentoring program. The program provides staff support, free or low cost activities indoor & outdoor and events for youth and adult volunteers.Mesa County1169 Colorado Ave. Grand Junction - PartnersPartners
    Peer Support and Self-Advocacy- Independence CenterThe Independence Center offers peer support groups, facilitated workshops, advocacy coaching, and individual mentoring; all of which are intended to help you achieve your goals. Support Groups at The IC are designed to be all-inclusive so that no matter what your disability, you should be able to find a group that will fit you well. Go online for full list of support groups. Our new formal mentoring program at The IC is called LIFT UP and allows you the opportunity to connect with another person with a similar disability in order to share life experiences and information. Consumers who desire to mentor others will go through an application process that includes an interview, meetings with The IC staff, a background check, and educational training. Once approved, mentors will be paired with those they’ll mentor.El Paso CountyIndependence CenterIndependence Center
    Police Services - City of Greeley Police DepartmentReduces the incidence and fear of crime by providing: Weld CountyCity of GreeleyCity of Greeley
    Pregnancy Services (Brush Office) - Caring Pregnancy Resource CenterWashington CountyA Caring Pregnancy Resource Center of Northeast ColoradoA Caring Pregnancy Resource Center of Northeast Colorado
    Pregnancy Services (Holyoke Office) - Caring Pregnancy Resource Center of Northeast ColoradoPhillips CountyA Caring Pregnancy Resource Center of Northeast ColoradoA Caring Pregnancy Resource Center of Northeast Colorado
    Programs for Adults - Ariel Clinical Services, Delta CountyAriel Clinical Services offer a variety of different services to help adult with disabilities and youth with special challenges achieve their potential.​ Vocational Services: - GRAND JUNCTION WORK CREW is a service offered by Ariel Clinical Services operated by adults with developmental disabilities and youth in transition to learn important working skills. The crew is available for yard clean up, assisting with moving items such as furniture and assisting with other maintenance needed by the local community. They are available by appointment only. For more information please call 970-245-1616, or send us an email on the Contact Us page of our website. - CHARLEY'S COOKIES is currently operated out of the commercial kitchen at the Business Incubator Center in Grand Junction. Individuals gain their food handlers certification through the Public Health Department. They learn different aspects of food preparation, packaging and cleaning and also how to work in a team. Visit www.charleyscookie.com to order cookies. - DREAM CATCHERS is a unique vocational training program for adults with intellectual disabilities. The apprentices create handmade goods in The Studio that are sold in Blank Canvas Cafe and The Alibi Room (gallery & venue). Our participants receive training in customer service, salesmanship, janitor, culinary and craftsmanship skills that extend to the cafe and galleries. Adult Services: - ARIEL CLINICAL SERVICES DAY PROGRAM offers a variety of curriculum and community-based services to help individuals with intellectual disabilities build relationships, learn safety and independence skills while connecting with our community. We offer a variety of programmatic opportunities which include social activities, volunteerism, art and recreation, self-advocacy and interpersonal skill building.Delta CountyAriel Clinical Services, Delta CountyAriel Clinical Services, Mesa County
    Programs for Adults - Ariel Clinical Services, Mesa CountyAriel Clinical Services offer a variety of different services to help adult with disabilities and youth with special challenges achieve their potential.​ Vocational Services: - WHAZ UP DAWG is a hot dog cart business that serves as a training site, providing a stepping stone for future community employment. Ariel starts by supporting our trainees as they fill out an application and go through an interview process, learning appropriate job seeking skills. - GRAND JUNCTION WORK CREW is a service offered by Ariel Clinical Services operated by adults with developmental disabilities and youth in transition to learn important working skills. The crew is available for yard clean up, assisting with moving items such as furniture and assisting with other maintenance needed by the local community. They are available by appointment only. For more information please call 970-245-1616, or send us an email on the Contact Us page of our website. - CHARLEY'S COOKIES is currently operated out of the commercial kitchen at the Business Incubator Center in Grand Junction. Individuals gain their food handlers certification through the Public Health Department. They learn different aspects of food preparation, packaging and cleaning and also how to work in a team. Visit www.charleyscookie.com to order cookies. - DREAM CATCHERS is a unique vocational training program for adults with intellectual disabilities. The apprentices create handmade goods in The Studio that are sold in Blank Canvas Cafe and The Alibi Room (gallery & venue). Our participants receive training in customer service, salesmanship, janitor, culinary and craftsmanship skills that extend to the cafe and galleries. Adult Services: - ARIEL CLINICAL SERVICES DAY PROGRAM offers a variety of curriculum and community-based services to help individuals with intellectual disabilities build relationships, learn safety and independence skills while connecting with our community. We offer a variety of programmatic opportunities which include social activities, volunteerism, art and recreation, self-advocacy and interpersonal skill building.Mesa CountyAriel Clinical Services, Mesa CountyAriel Clinical Services, Mesa County
    School-Based Youth Mentoring - Big Brothers Big Sister of Southwest ColoradoMatches children with mentors to improve the student's academic achievement, school attendance and self-esteem. Mentors can provide one-on-one services for children such as: - Help with school work - Playing games or sports - Peer Support - One-on-one talks Volunteers for this program can be 15 years of age or older and must complete all required background checks and interviews. Volunteers meet with the student on site after school once a week for an hour on the same day at the same place. School-based mentoring is monitored and supported at all times with staff available to support each volunteer and student with activity ideas, on-going training, school work hints and advice and encouragement. Students must commit to at least one school year.La Plata CountyBig Brothers Big Sister of Southwest Colorado (La Plata County)Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado
    Social Service Programs (South West Weld) - Department of Human Services (Weld)The Weld County Department of Human Services in El-Camino is responsible for administering several types of programs for the citizens of Southwest Weld County. They offer assistance programs such as-Weld CountyDepartment of Human Services (Weld) South West)Department of Human Services (Weld)
    Spinal Bifida Resources & Referrrals (Denver) - Spina Bifida Association of AmericaThe Spina Bifida Association serves adults and children who live with the challenges of Spina Bifida. There is a Colorado Chapter located in Denver that serves the state of Colorado. This office assists with direct financial support for medical expenses not covered by insurance, resources and referrals, playgroups, support groups, mentorship, and more.Denver CountyDenver - Spina Bifida AssociationSpinal Bifida Association
    The Buddy ProgramThe Buddy Program provides Big Buddies (mentors) to children 6-17 from Aspen to Carbondale. The program provides outdoor programming for high school and middle school students. Comprehensive services include but not limited to: -Professional Case Management -Therapeutic Counseling -Scholarships -Buddy Activities -Family nights -Discount Program -Agency Referrals Locations: Aspen Office 110 East Hallam street Suite 125 Aspen, CO 81611 Main Phone: 970-920-2130 Carbondale Office 520 South 3rd street Unit 30 Carbondale, CO 81623 Main Phone: 970-927-1001Pitkin CountyThe Buddy ProgramThe Buddy Program
    Veteran Reintegration Program - People HouseThe Veteran Reintegration Program promotes wellness in returning Veterans and their families by offering Veteran mentoring with a facilitator-trained Veteran. Mentors advocate for clients to help find benefits, needed services, answers to questions, and other resources in the community.Denver CountyPeople HousePeople House
    Women of Courage - Family Life ServicesIf you are a working, low-income single mom living alone while caring for dependents, you may be eligible for Women of Courage. Our outreach program offers monthly meetings, mentoring, goal setting, and networking. Call (719) 632-4661or walk in to apply for this program. El Paso CountyFamily Life ServicesFamily Life Services
    Youth and Family Mentoring and Counseling - YouthZoneYouthZone provides counseling and mentoring to youth to help them be responsible, contributing members of their families and society. YouthZone's services include but are not limited to: - Youth Assessment - Parent Support & Education - Individual and Family Counseling - Restorative Justice program (for youthful offenders age 10-17) - Court Programs & Services - Mentoring - Teen Advocacy - Education Workshops & Classes - Public Policy and Resource Advocacy - Substance Education & Intervention - Group Counseling Other Garfield County office locations: Rifle 136 East 12th Street Rifle, CO 81650 970-625-3141 Carbondale 520 South Third Street Carbondale, CO 81623 970-963-0618 Garfield CountyYouthZone (Garfield County Office)YouthZone
    Youth and Family Mentoring and Counseling - YouthZoneYouthZone provides counseling and mentoring to youth to help them be responsible, contributing members of their families and society. YouthZone's services include but are not limited to: - Youth Assessment - Parent Support & Education - Individual and Family Counseling - Restorative Justice program (for youthful offenders age 10-17) - Court Programs & Services - Mentoring - Teen Advocacy - Education Workshops & Classes - Public Policy and Resource Advocacy - Substance Education & Intervention - Group CounselingPitkin CountyYouthZone (Pitkin County Office)YouthZone
    Youth Development Program - TEAM Wellness and PreventionIncreases a youth’s abilities to make healthy decisions. Participants complete volunteer hours related to their strengths and develop a 'Defining Moment Project' to creatively depict program successes. Also offers the TEAM Fashion program, which provides youth with the tools necessary to make healthy choices through the lens of fashion.Larimer CountyTEAM Wellness and PreventionTEAM Wellness and Prevention
    Youth Empowerment Services - The Pinon Project Family Resource CenterThis is a year long mentoring program in which a mentor and youth spend 3 hours a week doing activities, attending life skills classes, and mentor training. In addition, this program offers seasonal mentoring which includes cooking class, crafts, fun, exercise, gardening, and dance. The Youth Empowerment project also provides access to Before and After School Programs, Asset Building, Restorative Justice, and the Strengthening Families Program. This year long program is intended for participants under the age of 18.Montezuma CountyYouth Services - The Pinon Project Family Resource CenterThe Pinon Project Family Resource Center
    Youth Mentoring - Big Brothers Big Sisters of ColoradoRecruits, screens and trains volunteer mentors and matches them in one-to-one relationships with children facing adversity. By partnering with parents/guardians, volunteers and others in the community the program is accountable for each child achieving: - Higher aspirations, greater confidence, and better relationships - Avoidance of risky behaviors - Educational successDenver CountyBig Brothers Big Sisters of ColoradoBig Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado
    Youth Mentoring (Colorado Springs) - Big Brothers Big Sisters of ColoradoProvides youth mentoring programs for children facing adversity age 8-12. Some of these youth mentoring programs have an educational emphasis. This location is in Colorado Springs and serves El Paso County and Teller County.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Big Brothers Big Sisters of ColoradoBig Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado
    Youth Mentoring (Delta Office) - Partners of Delta, Montrose and OurayPartners offers positive life experiences for at-risk youth by providing one-on-one mentoring with an adult volunteer. Programs offered may include: One-to-One Mentoring - for youth age 6-17, sets up youth with an adult mentor for an average of 3 hours per week for one year. Mentoring may continue for several years afterwards. Partners staff provide training, support and monthly activities. Art Partners - 3 month art internship for youth in middle and high school. Youth meet with area artists, artisans and craftspeople and participate in several Partners Art Workshops. Referrals from other professional agencies is encouraged, but not required to receive services Partners also works in preventing youth substance abuse in Delta through Delta YSAP. Those interested in youth substance abuse prevention can contact Partners for more information. Visit online or call for more information on volunteer options such as the Senior Partner program and the Teen Advisory Board. Partners also has an office in Montrose: Montrose Location: 315 South 7th Street, Montrose, CO 81401Delta County315 South 5th Street - Partners of Delta, Montrose and OurayPartners of Delta, Montrose and Ouray
    Youth Mentoring - Friends For YouthProvides one-on-one mentoring in both community and site-based settings where a screened, trained, and supervised adult mentor is matched with a youth. Length of mentoring depends on the program and needs of the youth. Every match is assigned a Match Coordinator for ongoing support and supervision, and every match is invited to attend agency-wide group activities.Arapahoe CountyFriends For YouthFriends For Youth
    Youth Mentoring - G-L.I.F.E. OutreachThe mentoring program Step-Up pairs a youth with a mentor that is willing to Step Up and become a big brother/sister to the young person and be a positive influence in their life. During the program the mentor will keep in contact with the young person 2 to 3 times every week and spend 1 on 1 time with them one 
weekend a month. This is for youth age 12-21.El Paso CountyG-L.I.F.E OutreachG-L.I.F.E. Outreach
    Youth Mentoring - Gunnison Valley Mentors (Partners)Providers one-on-one mentoring and enrichment opportunities to youth in Gunnison County. Gunnison Valley Mentors provides opportunities for members of the community to become volunteer mentors through education and training. Call or go online for more information on mentoring resources and how to become a volunteer mentor. Gunnison Valley Mentors also runs the 8th Street School Mentoring Center that offers daily after school enrichment activities, group events and rentals for other events such as parties and receptions. Call for more details. Other mentoring services include but are not limited to: - Community-Based Activities and Mentoring - School-Based Mentoring to help increase school performance - After School Enrichment programs - Summer Youth Day Camp program - In-School Prevention/Intervention to increase school success through engagement, goal setting and leadership skills Gunnison CountyGunnison Valley Mentors (Partners)Gunnison Valley Mentors (Partners)
    Youth Mentoring (Montrose Office) - Partners of Delta, Montrose and OurayPartners offers positive life experiences for at-risk youth by providing one-on-one mentoring with an adult volunteer. Programs offered may include: One-to-One Mentoring - for youth age 6-17, sets up youth with an adult mentor for an average of 3 hours per week for one year. Mentoring may continue for several years afterwards. Partners staff provide training, support and monthly activities. Art Partners - 3 month art internship for youth in middle and high school. Youth meet with area artists, artisans and craftspeople and participate in several Partners Art Workshops. Referrals from other professional agencies is encouraged, but not required to receive services Partners also works in preventing youth substance abuse in Delta through Delta YSAP. Those interested in youth substance abuse prevention can contact Partners for more information. Visit online or call for more information on volunteer options such as the Senior Partner program and the Teen Advisory Board. Partners also has an office in Delta: Delta Location: 511 East 10th Street, Delta, CO 81416Montrose County315 South 5th Street - Partners of Delta, Montrose and OurayPartners of Delta, Montrose and Ouray
    Youth Mentoring Program - Colorado State UniversityCampus Connections provides therapeutic mentoring to at risk youth ages 11-18 through an after school program offering the following, once a week at CSU: - Tutoring - Pro-social activities - Dinner - 1 on 1 check-ins - Clinical sessions with therapists as needed - Emotional support - Goal setting strategies Larimer CountyColorado State UniversityColorado State University
    Youth Mentoring Program (Estes Park) - Partners Mentoring YouthCreates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships between positive adult role models and youth facing challenges in their personal, social, and academic lives.Larimer CountyEstes Park - Partners Mentoring YouthPartners Mentoring Youth
    Youth Mentoring Program (Fort Collins) - Partners Mentoring YouthCreates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships between positive adult role models and youth facing challenges in their personal, social, and academic lives.Larimer CountyFort Collins - Partners Mentoring YouthPartners Mentoring Youth
    Youth Mentoring Program - (Greeley) - Partners Mentoring YouthCreates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships between positive adult role models and youth facing challenges in their personal, social, and academic lives. Weld CountyGreeley - Partners Mentoring YouthPartners Mentoring Youth
    Youth Mentoring Programs - Partners in Routt CountyOffers two mentoring programs in Routt County: - The Community Based Youth Mentoring Program matches adult volunteers with at-risk youth. They spend an average of three hours per week together for a minimum of one year. These partnerships are supported with ongoing case management, monthly activities, and training. - The School-Based Mentoring Program places ten AmeriCorps members in nine public Routt County elementary schools and three high schools to offer mentoring and academic assistance to students, as well as weekly in-school and after-school opportunities.Routt CountyPartners in Routt CountyPartners in Routt County
    Youth Mentoring Program - Steamboat Sk8 ChurchOffers a weekly gathering at an indoor skate park, providing at-risk youth with friendship, mentorship, and a relationship with God, all in the context of an indoor skate park.Routt CountySteamboat Sk8 ChurchSteamboat Sk8 Church
    Youth Recreation - Aspen Youth CenterAspen Youth Center is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a safe and supportive place where youth can connect, learn, and grow during their out-of-school hours.Pitkin County861 Maroon Creek Rd. Aspen - Aspen Youth CenterAspen Youth Center
    Youth Services - Kids at Their BestProvides enrichment opportunities and supportive services to youth. Morgan CountyKids At Their BestKids At Their Best
    Youth Services - TeensProvides a safe drug and alcohol-free place for teens during after-school hours to be with friends and adult mentors. Free for youth 12 through 20 years of age. Also offers supported youth employment opportunities year-round as well as outdoor leadership programs. Services Include: - Information & Referral - Teen Center - Recreation, Classes, Programs - Summer Teen Employment ProgramBoulder CountyTeensTeens

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