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Mentoring

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay

Provides responsible friendship/mentoring for adult males to boys ages 7-18 in the greater Boston area.
75 Federal St. 8th Floor Boston MA, 02110
617-542-9090

Big Sister of Boston

Provides responsible friendship/mentoring of women to girls ages 7-10 in the greater Boston area.
161 Mass Ave 2nd floor Boston MA, 02115
617-236-8060

Bird Street

a community-based youth organization serving Uphams corner, Dudley street, and the surrounding Boston neighborhoods. Programs include: after school age care, leadership, recreation, teen center, and educational and developmental activities for youth and their families. Part time employment for youth ages 12 and up.
500 Columbia rd. Dorchester MA, 02125
617-282-6110

Boston GLASS Mentorship Program

The mission of the GLASS Mentorship Program is to empower LGBTQ-identified youth of color to reach their fullest potential through fostering long-term, goal-oriented, and life-changing mentoring relationships between them and LGBTQ-identified or allied adults in their communities. Whether youth are exploring their identities, learning life skills, working towards a degree, or researching career paths, we are committed to meeting youth where they are at and supporting their journeys of self-discovery.
25 West St. 3rd Floor Boston MA, 02111
617-277-4313

Bridging the Gap

A 12 week life skills program for at-risk youth ages 12-17. BTG will work in conjunction with the distrct attorney offices, probation department, court, police, DCF, and families. Youth attend two to three days per week and the program includes group discussion and activities and some field trips.
Kroc Community Center: 650 Dudley St. Boston MA, 02125
617-458-1806 OR 339-502-5943

Provides services to all youth and families, but targets Caribbean youth. Services include: Peer leadership, drop in center, mentoring, tutoring, and advocacy.
19 Tesla St Mattapan MA, 02126
617-296-6789

Catholic Charities Family Intervention Program

The Family Intervention Program aims to provide counseling services in a flexible way in order to accommodate the needs of those youth and families who often have not had much success connecting with more traditional outpatient settings. The program provides office-based services as well as home and school-based visits. Services include individual, child, family, parent/child, and group counseling.
Laboure Center: 275 West Broadway South Boston MA, 02127
617-268-9670

Community Services Institute

Therapeutic Mentor services are provided to youth (under the age of 21) in any setting where the youth resides, such as the home (including foster homes and therapeutic foster homes), and in other community settings such as school, child care centers, or respite settings. TM offers structured, one-to-one, strength-based support services between a therapeutic mentor and a youth for the purpose of addressing daily living, social, and communication needs.
540 VFW Parkway Suite 8 West Roxbury MA, 02132
617-325-2993 OR 800-575-1488

COMPASS Boston

Provides special education, intensive outreach and tracking, counseling, tutoring, and enrichment activities to high risk urban youth and families.
290-294 Bowdoin St. Dorchester MA, 02122
857-220-2333

Freedom House

A community based organization focused on sustainable economic and social development of Bostons communities of color. Specific education programs for middle and high school students focus on leadership development, advocacy, and political engagement.
5 Crawford st. Dorchester MA, 02121
617-445-3700

Generations Incorporated

Works to engage youth and adults 55+ intergenerational relationships. Adults work with youth as mentors in schools and as literacy coaches. Both groups participate in community service.

25 Kingston Street, 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02111

Phone: 617-423-6633
Fax: 617-422-0626

ROCA, Inc.

Offers GED and ESOL to new immigrant communities, teen pregnancy prevention program, afterschool program and summer program for youth ages 12-15, outreach to gang involved youth, peace circles, job training and GED to young adults 16 to 26, health clinic for young people. Recreational activities, health programs (including one for pregnant and parenting teen mothers, educational and vocational programs. Street outreach, leadership-skills training. Offices in Springfield, MA.

101 Park Street
Chelsea, MA 02150

Phone: 617-889-5210
Fax: 617-889-2145

Roxbury Family YMCA

As the largest provider of licensed childcare in Roxbury, the YMCA offers programs for infant, toddlers, preschool, and kindergarden as well as many after school programs. In addition, teens may take advanage of both recreational programs and leadership development opportunities. There are a variet of youth summer programs and free summer membership. Additionally, the Black Achievers program, which can be reached at 617-927-8031, establishes one-on-one mentoring to help with college planning.

285 Martin Luther King Boulevard
Roxbury, MA 02119

Phone: 617-427-5300
Fax: 617-427-0772

Silver Lining Mentoring

We serve youth in foster care ages 7 and older through Mentors, our one-to-one mentoring program, and through Leaders, our life-skills program for young people ages 14 and older who are preparing to “age out” of the child welfare system. Our Mentors program includes a specialized mentoring initiative for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth in care, which seeks to empower LGBTQ youth to develop a positive sense of self and belonging through providing committed, community-based mentoring relationships with LGBTQ identified adult mentors.

727 Atlantic Avenue, 3rd floor
Boston, MA 02111
617.224.1300

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