Children rely on mentors to help them grow and develop into strong, smart adults. The small action of a peer, teacher, parent, or other role model could make a big difference in the life of a child. All youth, including at-risk youth, special needs youth, pregnant/parenting teens, and children of incarcerated parents, could benefit from a mentor/buddy program offered through Montgomery County. Training sessions and volunteer opportunities are available.
Programs aimed at supporting such youth include One-on-One and group mentoring programs, as well as advising and tutoring programs.
These services are available to Montgomery County children and young adults, and to those looking to be a youth mentor or program volunteer.
Contact Pathway to Services at 301-354-4908 for more information.
FYI-Programs in our Community
City of Rockville Mentoring Program
: This program recruits volunteer mentors to meet weekly for one hour after school with elementary children in City of Rockville schools.