Mentors work with systems-impacted young people and formerly incarcerated folks to provide guidance, skill-building support, and access to concrete resources like groceries, housing, employment, and opportunities for education. This ongoing support enables young people to not only get free, but remain free.
Enrolled participants meet weekly with their coach to check in on progress, celebrate successes, and address barriers. Coaches may also act as advocates in systems navigation and refer participants to community healing events and outside resources.
We’ve seen our mentees make huge progress in meeting their life goals—from foundational steps like gaining a driver’s license, to impactful outcomes like securing permanent housing, continuing education, and developing a career.
To get involved with our Youth and Adult Life Coaching Programs, contact Rico Pabón, José Luis Pavón, and Michael Muscadine at firstname.lastname@example.org.