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Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
Intensive Prevention Services (IPS)
Provides intensive enrichment programming for boys and girls ages 10 to 17. Services include academic support and referrals as needed, social and emotional competency building, mentoring, recreation, work ready programming, and community service opportunities.
2700 North Seventeenth Street
Suite 200 Lehigh Pavilion
Philadelphia, PA 19132
Eligibility: Boys and girls ages 10 to 17 who exhibit high-risk or at-risk behaviors.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
100 Black Men of Philadelphia
Manhood 101: Abundant Life Mentoring Program
Meets twice a month on Saturdays. Sessions cover topics such as self development, health and wellness, education and college, family matters, economic empowerment, trades, entrepreneurship, banking and investing, insurance, and home ownership. Partners with Father's Day Rally Committee to deliver program.
2300 West Master Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121
Eligibility: Young men in Philadelphia ages 18 to 29
Hours: First and third Saturday of each month, 10:00am to 2:00pm
100 Black Men of Philadelphia
Saturday Leadership Academy
Offers a leadership development and mentoring program. Participants break into age-appropriate groups led by trained mentors and focus on self-awareness, character building, goal setting, time management, communication, social engagement, networking, conflict resolution, developmental skills, peer mentoring, and leadership skills.
2300 West Master Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121
Eligibility: Boys and adolescent males in Philadelphia in grades 1st to 12th
Hours: First and third Saturday of each month, 10:00am to 2:00pm
ACHIEVEability
People Going Places
Offers clients at advanced levels of the self-sufficiency scale regular meetings throughout the year with successful professionals and business people, providing additional mentoring and networking opportunities to position clients for further success.
5901 Market Street
Suite 410
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Eligibility: ACHIEVEability clients at advanced levels of the self-sufficiency scale
Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Program hours may vary; call for more information.
African Family Health Organization (AFAHO)
Safe Haven
Offers a weekly program of wraparound services for teenaged and young adult males in the African and Caribbean immigrant and refugee community. Services include case management, conflict resolution training, ESL instruction, health and wellness screening, homework help, mentoring, prejob guidance, sports and other recreational activities.
2420 South 54th Street
2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19143
Eligibility: Males, ages 13 to 24, who are members of the African and/or Caribbean immigrant/refugee community of the greater Philadelphia area
Hours: Program Hours: Saturday, 9:30am to 3:30pm

Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
Allegheny County Department of Human Services
Youth Support Partners
Educates and empowers youth about their role in the planning process for their future and to bring the voice of youth to the forefront during every phase of service development and provision to effect positive change for individuals and systems.



Youth Support Partners (YSPs) are young adult professionals who have personal experience in some area of the human services or juvenile justice system. Insight is shared with youth currently in the system, advocating and mentoring for them.
One Smithfield Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Eligibility: Residents of Allegheny County.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Amachi Pittsburgh
Mentoring and Amachi Ambassadors Programs
Offers mentoring program for children and youth with an incarcerated parent or other close relative. In this community-based program, mentors and mentees meet at least four hours per month for a minimum commitment of one year.


Amachi's Ambassador's Program is a specialized youth organizing, advocacy, and leadership development program for high school students (age 14 to 18) impacted by incarceration of a parent or a close loved one.
1830 Forbes Avenue
Floor 2
Pittsburgh, PA 152195836
Eligibility: Allegheny County children and youth impacted by the incarceratio of a parent or other close loved one.

Mentoring: Children and youth ages 6 to 18 years with an incarcerated parent or relative.
Ambassadors: Youth ages 14 to 18 years
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Program Hours Vary.
AMiracle4Sure
Re-Entry Services
Provides reentry supportive services for families impacted by the criminal justice system. Services include housing assistance, mentoring, case management, referral services, food, clothing, educational support, employment assistance, photo identification cards, and bus passes for employment.
1735 State Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
Eligibility:
  • Returning citizens (ex-offenders)
  • Residents of Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin, Perry, and York counties
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
AMiracle4Sure
Re-Entry Services
Provides reentry supportive services for families impacted by the criminal justice system. Services include housing assistance, mentoring, case management, referral services, food, clothing, educational support, employment assistance, photo identification cards, and bus passes for employment.
4218 William Penn Highway
Mifflintown, PA 17059
Eligibility:
  • Returning citizens (ex-offenders)
  • Residents of Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin, Perry, and York counties
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry
Child and Parent Place
Provides a specialized mental wellness and education center for children, teens, and parents. Led by child/family therapists and certified teachers, services offered include outpatient counseling, tutoring and mentoring, support groups, and educational programs. Counseling services include play therapy, sand tray therapy, trauma-informed counseling, parent counseling, parent child interaction therapy, and family therapy. Telehealth available.
800 McKnight Park Drive, Suite 802
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Eligibility: No limitations or restrictions.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 8:00pm
Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia
Youth Violence Outreach (YVO)
Partners with Philadelphia schools to identify young people who have experienced violence-related trauma. Program therapists and counselors provide a variety of trauma-informed services including individual clinical therapy, psycho-educational groups, and mentoring.
4946 Parkside Avenue, Suite 500
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Eligibility: Students impacted by violence
Hours: Irregular - call for details
Ardella's House
Women's Reentry Program
Helps women assess their strengths and needs while guiding them as they think about their goals and how to reach them. Development of each woman’s service plan includes an assessment of immediate needs and her history and goals related to livelihood, housing, health and well being, family reunification, and criminal justice compliance.
2428 North 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19132
Eligibility:
  • Women, age 18+, with criminal justice involvement
    • 90 days without substance use, in recovery
    • Open for change
  • Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 5:00pm
    Bar Association of Erie County
    Attorneys & Kids Together (AKT)
    Provides school uniforms, backpacks, winter coats, study rooms, books for leisurely reading, assistance to high school seniors who can't afford a yearbook or prom tickets and attire or class trip. Also provides a mentoring program for students ages 5-12.
    429 West Sixth Street
    Erie, PA 16507
    Eligibility: Erie County students living in homeless situations.
    Hours: Call or visit the website for more information.
    Be Proud Foundation
    STEP UP
    Offers a mentoring program that promotes educational achievement; positive citizenship and leadership development; preparing for and maintaining employment; and support through guidance, counseling, and adult mentoring.
    Clients are exposed to high demand careers and go on several tours of successful businesses to learn about different careers.
    Clients are assisted in their college search, financial aid, and completing the FAFSA. SAT prep is offered and clients go on several college visits throughout their time in the program.
    600 North Jackson Street
    Ground Floor, Suite 9
    Media, PA 19063
    Eligibility: Must be a rising senior at Upper Darby High School.
    Hours: Call for information.
    Beacon Light
    Peer Support Services
    An individualized, recovery-focused service that allows individuals the opportunity to learn to manage their own recovery and advocacy process from others living with mental illness who demonstrate ongoing success in their recovery.
    800 East Main Street
    Bradford, PA 16701
    Eligibility: Adults age 18 and older diagnosed with mental illness.
    Hours: Call for more information.
    Beacon Light
    Peer Support Services
    An individualized, recovery-focused service that allows individuals the opportunity to learn to manage their own recovery and advocacy process from others living with mental illness who demonstrate ongoing success in their recovery.
    1885 Market Street
    Warren, PA 16365
    Eligibility: Adults age 18 and older diagnosed with mental illness.
    Hours: Call for more information.
    Beat the Streets Philadelphia
    Beat the Streets Philadelphia
    Partners with schools and community centers across the city to offer wrestling programming to Philadelphia youth. Also offers a mentoring program at headquarters for high school participants of the wrestling program; mentoring includes homework help, test prep, and college/career readiness assistance in a safe environment.
    3700 Market Street
    Suite 300
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    Eligibility: Philadelphia K-12 schoolchildren
    Hours: Hours may vary by location. Call or email for more information.
    Berwick Area YMCA
    Reach and Rise Youth Mentoring
    Program designed to help youth develop tools to cope with issues such as low self-esteem, family and peer conflicts, academic underachievement and decision-making skills through a positive adult-child relationship. Volunteer mentors meet with mentees individually or as a group to support them with challenges occurring in their lives while engaging in enriching community activities.
    231 West Third Street
    Berwick, PA 18603
    Eligibility: Youth, ages 9 to 17 years. Groups for youth ages 8 to 15 years.

    Hours: Varies
    Best Buddies International
    Friendship and Leadership Development
    Offers one-to-one friendship and leadership development programs for individuals with and without intellectual disabilities.
    6425 Living Place, Suite 200
    Pittsburgh, PA 15206
    Eligibility: No limitations or restrictions.
    Hours: Hours vary by program.
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County
    Mentoring Program
    Provides volunteer and professional mentoring services to children and youth. Bigs and littles meet twice a month for activities.
    2875 York Road
    Jamison, PA 18929
    Eligibility: Children and youth age 7 to 16 who are residents of Bucks County.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
    Enroll a Child
    Provides one-to-one youth mentoring programs. Professionally screened and trained volunteers provide guidance, mentoring, and friendship to children. Programs help children become more confident, make healthy decisions, and achieve their fullest potential in life.
    5989 Centre Avenue
    Suite 1
    Pittsburgh, PA 15206
    Eligibility: Boys and girls ages 6 to 13 can be matched with a mentor. Once matched, the relationships can continue under the auspices of Big Brothers and Big Sisters until the child turns 18 years old or graduates from high school.

    In general, the children served come from single-parent homes and/or face other risk factors.
    Hours: Mentoring activities often take place outside normal business hours.
    Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
    Enroll a Child
    Provides one-to-one youth mentoring programs. Professionally screened and trained volunteers provide guidance, mentoring, and friendship to children. Programs help children become more confident, make healthy decisions, and achieve their fullest potential in life.
    90 West Chestnut Street
    Suite 614
    Washington, PA 15301
    Eligibility: Boys and girls ages 6 to 13 can be matched with a mentor. Once matched, the relationships can continue under the auspices of Big Brothers and Big Sisters until the child turns 18 years old or graduates from high school.

    In general, the children served come from single-parent homes and/or face other risk factors.
    Hours: Mentoring activities often take place outside normal business hours.
    Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County
    Mentoring Program
    Establishes one-to-one mentoring relationships between adult volunteers and children in order to provide guidance, mentoring, and friendship.
    1475 Third Avenue
    New Brighton, PA 15066
    Eligibility: Children and adolescents from age 6 to age 12
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    TEEN
    A group mentoring program for teens ages 13 and older who are already a part of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Designed to teach adult-life skills and help teens prepare for the decisions they will need to make after high school graduation. Meets once a month. It is run by teens.
    303 Windsor Street
    Reading, PA 19601
    Eligibility: Littles- must be at least 13 years of age and a member of the COUL or One-To-One programs

    Bigs- members of the COUL or One-To-One
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm; Other hours available by appointment
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    One-to-One
    One-To-One program matches Littles in our agency with Big Brothers or Big Sisters for a minimum of one year. The "matches" get together for an average of 8-10 hours per month (4-hour minimum). Each match has its own unique Case Plan designed to help the Little improve and to provide an actionable plan for the volunteer Big.
    303 Windsor Street
    Reading, PA 19601
    Eligibility: Youth (Little Brothers/Sisters):
    - must be between the ages of 8 to 15 years old to initiate application
    - Berks County resident
    - single-parent household (exceptions possible)
    - willing to complete application process
    - willing to attend Empowerment Training
    - have desire to be matched with a Big Brother or Big Sister and to sustain that mentoring match relationship for at least one year
    - capable of deriving some benefit from services of the One-To-One mentoring program.



    Volunteers (Big Bothers/Sisters):
    - must be at least 19 years of age (or 18 and attending college in Berks County)

    - resident of Berks County or attending school in Berks County

    - gainfully employed, self-sufficient or a full time college student
    - have access to a car, possess a valid drivers license, a good driving history and proof of insurance

    - willing to complete the BBBS application and training process
    - willing to make a one-year commitment to the agency and actively participate in one of our mentoring programs

    - willing to attend any support/training workshops or meetings required by our agency
    - willing to cooperate in the supervision/monitoring process of a mentoring match relationship
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Other hours available by appointment
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    Club of Unmatched Littles (COUL)
    A group mentoring program which provides immediate mentoring services to youth upon acceptance to the agency, while the Little awaits a One-To-One match.
    303 Windsor Street
    Reading, PA 19601
    Eligibility: Youth (Little Brothers/Sisters)-
    * must be between the ages of 8 to 15 years old to initiate application* Berks County resident
    * single-parent household (exceptions possible)
    * willing to complete application process
    * willing to attend Empowerment Training
    * have desire to be matched with a Big Brother or Big Sister and to sustain that mentoring match relationship for at least one year
    * capable of deriving some benefit from services of the One-To-One mentoring program.

    Volunteers (Big Bothers/Sisters)
    * must be at least 19 years of age (or 18 and attending college in Berks County)
    * resident of Berks County or attending school in Berks County
    * gainfully employed, self-sufficient or a full time college student
    * have access to a car, possess a valid drivers license, a good driving history and proof of insurance
    * willing to complete the BBBS application and training process
    * willing to make a one-year commitment to the agency and actively participate in one of our mentoring programs
    * willing to attend any support/training workshops or meetings required by our agency
    * willing to cooperate in the supervision/monitoring process of a mentoring match relationship
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm; Other hours available by appointment
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    Students & Mentors Achieving Results Together (SMART)

    A school-based mentoring program. It is highly supervised by the professional staff of Big Brothers Big Sisters on-site at participating schools. The target population is elementary and middle school children, adaptable to meet the requirements of a particular school district.
    The program works in conjunction with school district officials to improve a child’s academic performance, self-confidence, respect for others & their cultures, and relationships with peers & adults. Mentors can be high school students, college students, or community members (depending on the site).


    - Conrad Weiser School District – East Elementary, West Elementary, and Middle School
    - Hamburg Area School District – Tilden Elementary and Middle School
    - Muhlenberg School District – Muhlenberg Elementary
    - Oley Valley School District – Oley Elementary
    - Fleetwood School District – Andrew Maier Elementary
    - Reading School District – Glenside Elementary
    303 Windsor Street
    Reading, PA 19601
    Eligibility:
    Youth (Little Brothers/Sisters)-
    * elementary or middle school-aged children
    * willing to complete the application process in its entirety
    * have a desire to be matched with a Big Brother/Sister and willing to sustain that mentoring match relationship for at least one school year
    * capable of deriving some benefit from the services of BBBS SMART program

    Volunteers (Big Brothers/Sisters)
    * must be a high school student at participating school district, except for the SMART program at Reading School District where volunteers must be at least 19-years-of age; all volunteers must be residents of Berks County
    * willing to complete the BBBS application and training process
    * willing to sustain that mentoring match relationship for at least one school year
    * willing to cooperate with the agency in the supervision/monitoring process of a mentoring match relationship
    Hours: Hours of SMART activities are dependent on specific school districts
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Provides a one-on-one professionally supported mentor program to help youth reach their full potential.
    190 Welles Street
    Suite 168-170
    Forty Fort, PA 18704
    Eligibility: Youth between 6 and 18 years of age
    Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region
    Community-Based Program
    Matches local children with an adult friend to serve as a mentor through one-to-one time together. Provides individualized goal plans for each child, as well as professional staff support for volunteers, parents, and children.
    1519 North 3rd Street
    Harrisburg , PA 17102
    Eligibility:
    • Children and adolescents from age 7 to age 16
    • Residents of Cumberland, Daupin, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Perry Counties
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region
    Site-Based Mentoring Program
    Matches children with caring friends (adults, college students, or high school students) for one-to-one mentoring at local elementary schools and various after school programs throughout the tri-county region. Also offers the Bigs in Blue Program which provides law enforcement mentoring in schools during lunch or recess.
    1519 North 3rd Street
    Harrisburg , PA 17102
    Eligibility: Children and adolescents from age 7 to age 16
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
    Youth Mentoring Programs
    Provides a variety of one-on-one mentoring programs for volunteer mentors (Bigs) and their mentees (Littles). Both community-based and site-based mentorship programs offered.
    530 DeKalb Street
    Norristown, PA 19401
    Eligibility: Children from age 7 to age 13
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
    Youth Mentoring Programs
    Provides a variety of one-on-one mentoring programs for volunteer mentors (Bigs) and their mentees (Littles). Both community-based and site-based mentorship programs offered.
    123 South Broad Street, Suite 1050
    Philadelphia, PA 19109
    Eligibility: Children from age 7 to age 13
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
    Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
    Partners with local schools to support LGBTQ youth by recruiting LGBTQ volunteers to be group mentors to high school Gender and Sexuality Alliances. Volunteers attend regular after-school meetings for 12 months and work to help their mentees achieve their goals and realize their full potential.
    123 South Broad Street, Suite 1050
    Philadelphia, PA 19109
    Eligibility:
    • LGBTQ2+ youth
    • Attending school in Chester, Montgomery, or Philadelphia County
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region
    Youth Mentoring
    Matches, monitors, and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships between caring adult volunteers and at-risk youth in school and community settings, providing opportunities for friendship, guidance, positive role modeling, and worthwhile, life-impacting experiences.
    106 North Main Street
    Greensburg, PA 15601
    Eligibility: Children facing adversity. While we serve individuals from age 6 through 26, the youth must be between the ages of 6 and 14 to be eligible to be matched with a volunteer mentor for the first time.

    For Community Based program,children must be from single parent homes or facing many challenges; for School-Based, children must be in elementary school and facing adversity.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley
    Mentoring Program
    Creates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships between youth and adults.
    41 South Carlisle Street
    Allentown, PA 18109
    Eligibility:
    • Children from age 7 to age 15
    • Residents of the Lehigh Valley
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties
    Youth Mentoring Program
    Provides a community-based mentoring program, one-to-one outings, and activities in the community. Special mentoring programs are also available, including mentioring for African American, Hispanic, and Native American children, as well as mentoring for children with parents in the military and children with a parent who is incarcerated.
    227 West Market Street, Suite 102
    York, PA 17401
    Eligibility:
    • Children from age 6 to age 18
    • Must enroll in the program by age 13
    • Residents of Adams and York counties
    Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    Big Impact Group of Schuylkill County
    Youth Programs
    Offers three mentoring programs for children. Volunteer Big Brothers and Big Sisters provide friendship, guidance, support, and encouragement in social, educational, and cultural experiences.
    23 Meadowbrook Drive
    Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972
    Eligibility:
    • Children and/or adolescents from age 6 to age 18
    • Residents of Schuylkill County
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Boro Women and Family Services
    Pregnancy Support Services
    Offers free pregnancy tests
    , options counseling,
    medical referrals,
    ultrasound referrals,
    breastfeeding information,
    childbirth instruction,
    and peer mentoring.

    108 High Street
    Edinboro, PA 16412
    Eligibility: Pregnant Women.
    Hours: Monday, 10:00am to 5:00pm
    Wednesday, 10:00am to 5:00pm
    Thursday, 10:00am to 2:00pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    481 North Franklin Street
    Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    235 East King Street
    Shippensburg, PA 17257
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    730 East Washington Street
    Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    1151 McKinley Street
    Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    1006 Falling Spring Road
    Chambersburg, PA 17202
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    600 Brad Street
    Shippensburg, PA 17257
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    301 Lurgan Avenue
    Shippensburg, PA 17257
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    601 Hollar Avenue
    Shippensburg, PA 17257
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    101 Park Place
    Shippensburg, PA 17257
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Offers academic help through tutoring, working with accountability, time to complete assignments, and mentoring. Provides 8 weeks summer camps.
    800 Hollywell Avenue
    Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
    Hours: After School: Monday through Friday, after school to 6pm
    Before School: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to start of school
    Summer Camp: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm
    Brandons Forever Home
    Mentoring
    Mentoring is offered to people considering adoption.
    187 North Church Street
    Hazleton, PA 18201
    Eligibility: Anyone interested in adoption.
    Hours: Monday 10:00am to 3:00pm, Wednesday 9:00am to 5:00pm, Friday 10:00am to 2pm, (2nd & 3rd Fridays 9:00am to 2:00pm).
    Bridge of Hope Harrisburg Area
    Program for Single Mothers Experiencing Homelessness
    Provides long-term financial assistance with permanent housing. Offers case management for housing, job training, education, financial, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual health.
    P.O. Box 15212
    Harrisburg , PA 17105
    Eligibility: Homeless or near homeless single women with children. Women should be 20 years of age or older. Enrollment in Bridge of Hope program generally spans from 12 months to 2 years
    Hours: At least one meeting per month with program staff and mentoring group
    Brighter Horizon Foundation
    College Preparation for First Generation Students
    Supports first-generation students and their families throughout the high school-to-college transition process. Services offered include: assistance with the college search and transition process; training for college admissions criteria and planning for deadlines and required fees; guidance with college and financial aid applications, testing, and personal essay writing; and mentorship through the student's college career. Also awards scholarships to qualified students.
    739 Westview Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19119
    Eligibility:
    • First-generation students
    • In pursuit of a four-year college degree
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Butler County Family YMCA
    Recreational Activites
    Provides health and social services to families. Offers independent living classes for older adults, child care, and a variety of heath and fitness resources.
    339 North Washington Street
    Butler, PA 16001
    Eligibility: No limitations or restrictions
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 5:00am to 10:00pm
    Friday and Saturday, 5:00am to 9:00pm
    Sunday, 11:00am to 6:00pm
    Butler County Family YMCA
    Reach and Rise Group Youth Mentoring
    Provides a therapeutic group youth mentoring program. Mentors utilize evidence-based curriculum and oversee group activities.
    339 North Washington Street
    Butler, PA 16001
    Eligibility: Children and adolescents from age 6 to age 17
    Hours: One day per week, 5:00pm to 7:00pm; fall and spring sessions run 16 weeks, summer sessions run 8 weeks
    Camp Compass Academy
    Student Mentor Program
    Introduces urban middle and high school students to outdoor recreational activities, such as hunting, fishing, and archery. Students are matched with volunteer mentors who provide tutoring and guidance along with structured outdoor activities, as they earn rewards for meeting their social and academic goals.
    1221 Sumner Avenue
    Allentown, PA 18104
    Eligibility: Students in grade 5 through grade 12
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Carecheckers
    Monitored Check-In
    Offers a monitored check-in service designed for those who do not wish to talk, do not require reminders, but still want the security of checking-in with someone daily. The service allows individuals to text, email, or call and leave a brief check-in message to be reviewed by a live representative to confirm all is well.
    2151 Ann Street
    Stroudsburg, PA 18360
    Eligibility: No limitations or restrictions
    Hours: Monday through Fruday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Caring Place Youth Development Center
    Mentoring Program
    Offers mentoring programs with weekly sessions led by adult volunteers. Goals are to help teens communicate openly, discover life options and opportunities, develop social skills, and become aware of the world around them. Activities may include guided discussions, rap sessions, guest speakers, social events, and cultural enrichment.
    931 Hamilton Street
    Allentown, PA 18101
    Eligibility:
    • Adolescents from age 13 to age 18
    • Residents of Lehigh County
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:30am to 6:30pm
    CenClear
    Certified Peer Specialist
    A supportive advocate that assists you in keeping on your path to mental health recovery. They are people like you who are living their own mental health recovery journey and are willing to openly share their experience, strength and hope.
    50 Bigler Road
    Bigler, PA 16825
    Eligibility: 14 years old and older
    Hours: Daily; 7:00AM - 8:00PM
    Central Behavioral Health
    Central Behavioral Health - Certified Peer Specialist
    A Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) is a staff person who has used mental health and community services and who is using recovery principles in their own life. A CPS has had to pass an educational program and become certified to provide these services.
    CPS services can help in the following areas:
    - Mentoring
    - Advocacy/ Mediation
    - Engagement
    - Provide hope
    - Teach wellness strategies
    - Provide education (e.g. agency services, community supports, recovery principles etc.)
    - Skills building
    - Link to community supports
    - Develop natural supports
    - Goal Planning
    - Crisis Support
    - Emotional support
    1100 Powell Street
    Norristown, PA 19401
    Centre County Youth Service Bureau
    Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Provides mentoring relationships between trained volunteers and youth in Centre County. Offers site-based and community- based options.
    325 West Aaron Drive
    State College, PA 16803
    Eligibility: Children and/or adolescents from age 5 to age 16
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Centre County Youth Service Bureau
    Juvenile Mentoring Program (JUMP)
    Serves youth through mentoring, group activities, community service opportunities, and access to evidence based curriculum including Aggression Replacement Training (ART) and Victim Offender/Community Awareness Impact of Crime, youth are given practical and social skills intended to help them avoid future delinquent behavior.
    325 West Aaron Drive
    State College, PA 16803
    Eligibility: Low and medium risk youth, ages 12-17, in the delinquency system.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Chester County Futures
    Youth Enrichment
    Combines individual mentoring programs with comprehensive after-school instructional services and financial support, all tailored to fit the needs of the individual student. Students in the program may also receive laptops, calculators, and USBs.
    50 South First Avenue, Suite 105
    Coatesville, PA 19320
    Eligibility:
    • Students from grade 9 through grade 12
    • Residents of Chester County
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    Children's Aid Society in Clearfield County
    Continuing Education
    Provides community and school based mentoring. Partners with parent/guardians, volunteers and others in the community.
    1008 South Second Street
    Clearfield, PA 16830
    Eligibility: Call for more information
    Hours: Hours may vary
    Children's Aid Society of Mercer County
    Creating Foundations
    Creating Foundations is a mentoring program modeled after "Safe Families for Children" in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The purpose of this program is to connect youth and young adults who are between the ages of 14-26 and who are aging out of the Pennsylvania foster care system with a mentor or mentor family who will assist them with the transition into adulthood. The goal of making these connections is that they develop into a lifelong support for the young adults in the program.
    350 West Market Street
    Mercer, PA 16137
    Eligibility: Youth and young adults from age 14 to age 26 who are aging out of the Pennsylvania foster care system.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    ChoiceOne
    Mentorship and Counseling Services
    Offers mentorship and professional counseling services. Services include needs assessment, navigating ChoiceOne services, community referrals, and family and relationship support.
    2222 Trenton Road
    2nd Floor
    Levittown, PA 19056
    Eligibility: Residents of Bucks County
    Hours: Call, text, or email for information.
    Christian Churches United
    Mentor and Mentor Support
    Provides mentoring support for inmates while they are still incarcerate. Mentors are trained through Prison Fellowship.
    413 South 19th Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17104
    Eligibility: Inmates
    Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm; Walk-in hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 11:00am; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
    Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry
    Project MENTOR
    Uses volunteer recruits to provide mentoring services. Collaborates with other organizations that are in need of our mentoring services.
    1821 Fulton Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17102
    Eligibility: Ex-offenders and their families, regardless of how old the convictions are
    Hours: Wednesday, 6:00pm to 8:30pm; Saturday, by appointment between 9:00am to 12:00pm
    City Year Philadelphia
    City Year Philadelphia - AmeriCorps Service
    Provides Community Engagement Projects which include:
    - Painting murals
    - Planting gardens
    - Creating play spaces
    - Renovating schools
    - Refurbishing community centers
    - Engaging community members, helping share the power of service
    211 North 13th Street
    Suite 100
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Eligibility: No limitations or restrictions
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 6:00pm
    Collective Climb
    Restorative Community Project (RCP)
    Offers a two-part program focused on cultivating a restorative framework and restorative practices. Part One educates participants about restorative mental models through a 32-hour training facilitated during a nature-based retreat. During Part Two, participants conduct a participatory action research project exploring marronage (a community-based realization of freedom) in 12 sessions over 3 months. Program cohorts contain 10 youth. Paids participants a $450 stipend.
    Eligibility: Students in grades 9 through 12 attending Philadelphia high schools
    Hours: Program dates and hours vary; call or email for more information.
    Communities that Care of Greater Downingtown
    After School Mentoring Program
    The BIGS After School Mentoring Program is a collaboration between the Downingtown Area School District, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Brandywine Area YMCA, Bishop Shanahan High School, and Downingtown Area CTC. It is a peer to peer mentoring program that matches high school students with elementary school students. We initiated this program in the Spring of 2002. The program is currently being offered at six Downingtown Area School District Elementary Schools.
    PO Box 194
    Uwchland, PA 19480
    Eligibility: Enrolled in Downingtown Area School District
    Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County
    RISE
    The concept of navigation is to allow the entire household to work closely with a navigator to overcome any barriers that are short-circuiting their pathway to self-sufficiency. The family develops their own plan and goals, and the navigator helps identify existing assets, community resources and other supports to help them realized their goals. Navigators offer support, guidance and resources to make the journey achievable.
    404 South Duke Street
    Lancaster, PA 17602
    Eligibility: Must be at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines
    Hours: Varies
    Community Bike Works
    Earn a Bike
    Helps kids learn life lessons while they build bicycles. Students are paired with adult mentors, then spend 12 weeks learning how to fix and ride a bike they choose. At the end of the session, students earn their refurbished bike and a new helmet. Students enrolled in this program can also access others, including afterschool drop-in, Earn a Book, youth leadership, and cycling programs.
    235 North Madison Street
    Allentown, PA 18102
    Eligibility: Children and adolescents from age 7 to age 18
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
    Community Bike Works
    Earn a Bike
    Helps kids learn life lessons while they build bicycles. Students are paired with adult mentors, then spend 12 weeks learning how to fix and ride a bike they choose. At the end of the session, students earn their refurbished bike and a new helmet. Students enrolled in this program can also access others, including afterschool drop-in, Earn a Book, youth leadership, and cycling programs.
    614 South Carlisle Street
    Allentown, PA 18109
    Eligibility: Children and adolescents from age 7 to age 18
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
    Community Services Group
    Peer Support
    Peer specialists assists support on basic living skills, support and advocacy, developing a social network, and connecting clients to other services
    399 Green Avenue Ext
    Lewistown, PA 17044
    Eligibility: Adults with a mental illness
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    Community Services Group
    Peer Support
    Peer specialists assists adults with mental health issues in basic living skills, support and advocacy, developing a social network and linking them to other services.
    1515 Mount Hope Avenue
    Suite 5
    Pottsville, PA 17901
    Eligibility: Adults with a mental illness
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    Compeer of Lebanon County
    Compeer of Lebanon County
    Matches volunteers in one-to-one friendships with people in mental health recovery based on age, gender, and interests.
    4 South Fourth Street
    Unit C
    Lebanon, PA 17042
    Eligibility: Lebanon County resident, age 18 and older, diagnosed with a mental health disorder.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Compeer of Lebanon County
    CompeerCORPS
    Matches Veteran volunteers in one-to-one friendships with other Veterans who are in mental health recovery. Also, supports the free monthly Coffee and Comraderie Breakfast every 3rd Friday of the month.
    4 South Fourth Street
    Unit C
    Lebanon, PA 17042
    Eligibility: Any Armed Forces Veteran with a need
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Compeer of Lebanon County
    Compeer Youth
    In-school programming encourages youth who are at risk of developing social, emotional, and behavioral issues to build self-confidence, self-reliance, and healthy relationships.
    4 South Fourth Street
    Unit C
    Lebanon, PA 17042
    Eligibility: At risk youth
    Hours: No set hours
    Concerned Black Men - Philadelphia Chapter
    Mentoring Program
    Offers group mentoring sessions for boys and girls to provide a opportunity to speak with positive role models. Mentoring sessions include educational, cultural, and sports programs.
    7200 North 21st Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19138
    Eligibility: Ages 8 to 18.
    Hours: Program hours vary, call for information.
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos
    After School Programs for High School Students
    Provides after-school programming takes place Monday through Friday during the school year. Offers educational support via small group mentorship, tutoring, and case management with an emphasis on post-secondary planning as well as timely graduation. Also offers a variety of extra-curricular activities which include: dance, visual arts, music, sports, and STEM programming.
    1901 North Front Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    Eligibility: Schoolchildren residing in Philadelphia enrolled in 9th to 12 grade

    Hours: Program Hours: Monday through Friday, 2:50pm to 6:00pm
    Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos
    After School Programs for High School Students
    Provides after-school programming takes place Monday through Friday during the school year. Offers educational support via small group mentorship, tutoring, and case management with an emphasis on post-secondary planning as well as timely graduation. Also offers a variety of extra-curricular activities which include: dance, visual arts, music, sports, and STEM programming.
    151 West Luzerne Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19140
    Eligibility: Schoolchildren residing in Philadelphia enrolled in 9th to 12 grade

    Hours: Program Hours: Monday through Friday, 2:50pm to 6:00pm
    Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Cornerstone Youth Center
    Cornerstone Youth Center
    Provides a way for youth to form trusting relationships with people who are dedicated to listening to their hurts, encouraging their hearts, and nurturing them in Christian faith. Provide healthy and safe activities.

    95 South Wilson Avenue
    Elizabethtown, PA 17022
    Eligibility: Youth from grades 6-12
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm to 6:00pm: Friday, 7:00pm to 10:00pm: Sunday, 6:00pm to 8:00pm (skateboards only)
    Call for hours for middle school
    Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program
    Certified Peer Support
    Offers one-on-one support to adults with mental illness. Peer Support offers a shared experience, while skills are developed to promote wellness, self-advocacy, socialization, and living skills.
    944 Liberty Street
    Meadville, PA 16335
    Eligibility: Adults with mental illness.
    Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 8:00pm
    Weekends, 9:00am to 6:00pm
    Cray Youth and Family Services
    1-to-1 Mentoring
    Offers a volunteer program that matches adult mentors with at-risk youth between the ages of 6 and 18, many of whom reside in single parent households.
    44 South Beaver Street
    New Castle, PA 16101
    Eligibility: Children and/or adolescents from age 6 to age 16
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    CrossNet Ministries
    Youth
    - Youth Center: A safe place for youth in grades 7-12 to connect with one another, have recreation, free meals and caring volunteers
    - Mentoring: Offers students a place to have safe relationships with caring adults who will listen, encourage and teach life skills. One-to-one mentoring provides a student the opportunity to reach their full potential
    - Free After School Tutoring: Offers a safe place to receive one-to-one tutoring in a variety of subjects
    - Cross Jr: An after school program for youth in grades 3-5
    127, 123, 110 West Franklin Street
    New Holland, PA 17557
    Eligibility: Youth in grades 6-12th in the Elanco School District
    Hours: Varies by program. Visit website or call for information
    Cumberland County Adult Reentry Program CCARP
    Adult Reentry Program (CCARP)
    Provides human and social services relating to an individuals’ basic needs and addressing the barriers to succeeding upon reentering the community following their release from jail.
    37 East High Street
    Carlisle, PA 17013
    Eligibility: Criminal justice involved individuals who are residents of Cumberland County.
    Hours: By appointment
    Dickinson Center
    Peer Support Services
    Peer Specialist services are specialized therapeutic interactions conducted by self-identified current or former consumers of mental health services. The peer specialist is trained and certified to offer support and assistance in helping others in their recovery and community-integration process.

    Services can include but are not limited to Goal planning and assistance, Peer to peer counseling, Wellness groups, Personal Wellness Recovery Plan (WRAP), Psychiatric Advanced Directive, Advocacy, Community awareness and integration awareness, Self determination and self discovery.
    43 Servidea Drive
    Ridgway, PA 15853
    Eligibility: The individual must be 18 years of age or older, with a Serious Mental Illness.
    Hours: Call for more information.
    Dimplez 4 Dayz
    Royalty Eatz
    Provides a girls-only mentoring program that meets monthly in person at various restaurants in Philadelphia. Also conducts weekly virtual meetings and an organized group chat. Engages girls ages 11 to 16 in guided conversations/activities led by one or more trained staff or volunteers. Topics vary and may include school, relationships with family, social media, sex, drugs, gun violence, peer pressure, health, or whatever the girls identify as pressing issues for them.
    3509 Haverford Avenue
    First Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    Eligibility: Girls residing in Philadelphia, ages 11 to 16
    Hours: Program hours vary; call or email for more information
    Dimplez 4 Dayz
    Dimplez Dreamz Youth Workforce Fellowship
    Delivers educational, employment, and training services for youth in 8th to12th grades in Philadelphia. Provides in-person, one-on-one case management services, mentorships, incentives, supportive services, occupational skills, work experience training, entrepreneurship training, and leadership development. Also focuses on behavioral training methods to reduce violence, such as conflict resolution and finding common ground with one another.
    3509 Haverford Avenue
    First Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    Eligibility: Youth residents of Philadelphia in grades 8th to 12th
    Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Sunday, 10:00am to 9:00pm
    Program hours may vary; call or email for more information.
    Disability Empowerment Center
    Advocacy and Independent Skills Training
    Provides advocacy for individuals with disabilities, independent skills training, and information and referral.
    941 Wheatland Avenue, Suite B-1
    Lancaster, PA 17603
    Eligibility: Individuals with disabilities
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Disability Empowerment Center
    Advocacy and Independent Skills Training
    Provides advocacy for individuals with disabilities, independent skills training, and information and referral.
    243 Schneider Drive
    Lebanon, PA 17046
    Eligibility: Individuals with disabilities
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    ECS - St. Barnabas Community Resource Center
    MindSet
    Offers a program of services focusing on career development and financial stability. Provides group training, individualized coaching, and mentoring to help participants set goals, develop life skills, and achieve self-sufficiency.
    6006 West Girard Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19151
    Eligibility: Individuals who meet the income requirement (see income guidelines here)
    Hours:
    Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm

    Coaching and group training sessions by appointment.
    Educational Opportunity Centers
    Virtual Services
    Various types educational workshops for students that are in middle school to college level, to help and assist in their developement.
    8 West Broad Street
    Hazleton, PA 18201
    Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm

    Additional Hours by schedule

    Saturday - Sunday: Closed
    Educational Opportunity Centers
    Virtual Services
    Various types educational workshops for students that are in middle school to college level, to help and assist in their developement.
    431 N 7th Avenue
    7th Avenue Center
    Scranton, PA 18503
    Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm

    Additional Hours by schedule

    Saturday - Sunday: Closed
    Educational Opportunity Centers
    Virtual Services
    Various types educational workshops for students that are in middle school to college level, to help and assist in their developement.
    107 Gateway Shopping Center
    Edwardsville, PA 18704
    Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm

    Additional Hours by schedule

    Saturday - Sunday: Closed
    Erie Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    Peer Support Program
    Provides Veteran peer support specialists with a current or past mental illness experience who have gone through treatment are available to help other Veterans in their own recovery process. Peer Support Specialists offer a variety of groups and are also available to work with Veterans on a one-on-one basis and are able to provide limited services in the community.
    135 East 38th Street
    Erie, PA 16504
    Eligibility: Veterans
    Hours: Call for more information
    Excentia Human Services
    Home and Community Habilitation
    Matches an individual with an intellectual developmental disability to a staff person of comparable age and interests; the staff works with the individual to foster a connection with the community. Participants become involved in activities such as concerts, shopping, going out to eat, etc.
    1810 Rohrerstown Road
    Lancaster, PA 17601
    Eligibility: Any individual with intellectual disabilities or other developmental disability
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Factory Ministries
    Factory Youth Center

    Open Door Nights: Students come together and connect with one another in a safe place. Facilities include basketball, video game systems, ping pong, pool and fooseball tables, board games, video and a room for dodgeball, hockey and other recreational activities. There is also a lesson time.

    Mentoring: The factory has many dedicated volunteers who meet individually with the teens. This allows the staff a chance to cultivate friendships and a opportunity to counsel and offer help and support.
    3293 Lincoln Highway East
    Paradise, PA 17562
    Eligibility: Open to teens in grades 6-12
    Hours: Thursday, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
    Summer hours vary
    Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    Families First
    Mentoring Programs
    Across Ages is a one-on-one mentoring program that matches Pen Argyl students in the 5th through 8th grade with senior adults over age 50. Learning Together is a high school mentoring program that matches business and community volunteers with Pen Argyl High School students to provide role modeling and encourage higher education.

    1620 Teels Road
    Pen Argyl, PA 18072
    Eligibility: Individuals and families residing within the Pen Argyl School District
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm; Evenings by appointment
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society
    Youth Connection
    Offers meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (mentors) and youth (mentees). Program is a partner of the Mentoring Partnership of Southwest Pennsylvania and was awarded the NQMS Badge (National Quality Mentoring System) which recognizes Youth Connection as a high-quality mentoring program that is adhering to standards & procedures to ensure a safe and effective mentoring program with in our community.
    29 Pearl Avenue
    Oil City, PA 16301
    Eligibility: Mentees: age 6-18 that reside in Venango, Forest, Clarion, and Eastern Crawford Counties. Call or visit website for full eligibility requirements.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society
    Youth Connection
    Offers meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (mentors) and youth (mentees). Program is a partner of the Mentoring Partnership of Southwest Pennsylvania and was awarded the NQMS Badge (National Quality Mentoring System) which recognizes Youth Connection as a high-quality mentoring program that is adhering to standards & procedures to ensure a safe and effective mentoring program with in our community.
    119 East Mechanic Street
    Suite A
    Titusville, PA 16354
    Eligibility: Mentees: age 6-18 that reside in Venango, Forest, Clarion, and Eastern Crawford Counties. Call or visit website for full eligibility requirements.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Family Services of NW PA
    Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Evidence-based mentoring program that helps children realize their potential and build their futures by creating and supporting one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.

    The program provides adult role models to young children in the community.

    Volunteers are matched through common interests in hopes that the volunteer is able to enhance the child's life as well as broaden their horizons. Volunteers are trained to look for teachable moments to develop social, academic, physical skills as well as introduce new hobbies, cultural, recreational, and environmental experiences.
    18360 Technology Drive
    Suite 200
    Meadville, PA 16335
    Eligibility: CHILD ELIGIBILITY: Children between the ages of 6 and 13, in predominantly low-income families living with only one parental figure and reside in economically depressed areas of the city and county. Children exhibiting severe behavioral or emotional problems or developmental delays may not be appropriate for service if their difficulties prevent them from forming a positive connection with a mentor.

    VOLUNTEER ELIGIBILITY: Anyone over the age of 18 in Erie or Western Crawford County can become a volunteer mentor. Volunteers must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, and car insurance; be able to commit to at least one year as a volunteer; complete the application, assessment, and training process; and successfully obtain criminal background and child safety clearances.
    Hours: Hours may vary depending on location
    Family Services of NW PA
    Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Evidence-based mentoring program that helps children realize their potential and build their futures by creating and supporting one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.

    The program provides adult role models to young children in the community.

    Volunteers are matched through common interests in hopes that the volunteer is able to enhance the child's life as well as broaden their horizons. Volunteers are trained to look for teachable moments to develop social, academic, physical skills as well as introduce new hobbies, cultural, recreational, and environmental experiences.
    5100 Peach Street
    Second Floor
    Erie, PA 16509
    Eligibility: CHILD ELIGIBILITY: Children between the ages of 6 and 13, in predominantly low-income families living with only one parental figure and reside in economically depressed areas of the city and county. Children exhibiting severe behavioral or emotional problems or developmental delays may not be appropriate for service if their difficulties prevent them from forming a positive connection with a mentor.

    VOLUNTEER ELIGIBILITY: Anyone over the age of 18 in Erie or Western Crawford County can become a volunteer mentor. Volunteers must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, and car insurance; be able to commit to at least one year as a volunteer; complete the application, assessment, and training process; and successfully obtain criminal background and child safety clearances.
    Hours: Hours may vary depending on location
    fathering.me
    Parenting Classes for Dads
    Encourages, empowers, and equips young fathers of unplanned pregnancies to be the best dads they can be through facilitated 1-on-1 mentorship and digital resources.
    922 North 3rd Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17102
    Eligibility:
    • Men
    • Has a child under 12 months old or a partner who is pregnant
    • Residents of Dauphin County
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    First Tee Lehigh Valley and Berks
    Life Skills Program
    Provides life skills and core values education to youth through golf instruction. Session sizes are generally 20 participants.
    6034 Hamilton Boulevard, Suite 124
    Allentown, PA 18106
    Eligibility:
    • Children and adolescents from age 8 through age 16
    • Residents of Berks County, Lehigh County, and Northampton counties
    Hours: Program hours vary; Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Frontline Dads
    Mentoring & Leadership Development
    Offers a comprehensive mentoring program for youth ages 12 to 17. Provides developmental support in group sessions covering topics such as critical thinking, problem solving, peer pressure, goal setting, public speaking, career development, and college readiness. Includes community service projects and developing a vision board to articulate future goals. Activities include psycho-educational field trips, guest speakers, group projects, literary discussion, media exploration, and journaling.
    410 North 34th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    Eligibility: Youth ages 12 to 17
    Hours: Office Hours:
    Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm
    Saturday, 10:00am to 4:00pm
    Program hours may vary; call or email for more information.
    Frontline Dads
    Dreamgirls
    Offers a girls mentoring program that provides gender specific support for girls ages 12 to18 to help build self-esteem and develop social skills, etiquette, and critical thinking skills. Teaches goal setting and provides support for college readiness and career development.
    410 North 34th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    Eligibility: Girls age 12 to 18
    Hours: Office Hours:
    Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm
    Saturday, 10:00am to 4:00pm
    Program hours may vary; call or email for more information.
    galaei QTBIPOC Radical Social Justice
    Student Power Leadership And Activism Together (SPLAT)
    Supports empowerment and leadership development of queer youth of color through individual coaching, group support, and community engagement. Coaching addresses sexual health, education, homework assistance, job readiness, employment, conflict resolution, and trauma. Offers group activities that allow queer youth to strengthen their social support system and facilitate dialogue about how they can make an impact on their community through organizing.
    118 Fontain Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    Eligibility: LGBTQ2+ youth of color, ages 8 to 18
    Hours: Youth Drop-In Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 3:00pm to 6:00pm
    Good Samaritan Services
    Housing Support Services
    GSS Permanent Housing Services assists individuals and families (that are doubled-up, at risk of homelessness, in the eviction process, or homeless), move into their own housing.

    Their available services assist over 200 men, women, and children per year, and include the following:
    --Case management and goal planning
    --Resource development
    --Life skills & parenting support
    --Mentoring/volunteer support
    --Appropriate levels of financial assistance for rent, utilities, transportation
    616 North Lime Street
    Lancaster, PA 17602
    Eligibility: Referrals are accepted from:
    --Emergency Shelters
    --Transitional Housing programs
    --landlords
    --self or family referrals
    --other community organizations
    Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s)
    Very Important People Program
    Offers teens individual counseling, group counseling, mentorship, conflict resolution/anger management, life skills, and sexual and drug abuse prevention. Also offers teen cultural activities through Art Sanctuary performances. Sponsors a modern dance troupe, in which teens choreograph their own dance steps. They also express themselves through Hip Hop, poetry, rap and drawing. Leadership training, job readiness training, and workshops in health are available.
    2227 North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19132
    Hours: Irregular - call for details
    Greater Erie Community Action Committee
    Getting Ahead
    The Getting Ahead program helps low-income families move from dependency to self-sufficiency through education, self-assessment, and mentoring experience. The participants will take a look at their current situation and plan for the future all while building relationships, setting goals and resources to "get ahead". Upon completion of a 10-week program on how to "Get Ahead" when living in poverty, participants are paired with a mentor who offers support and acts as a positive role model, while working to fulfill their goals and get ahead.
    18 West 9th Street
    Erie, PA 16501
    Eligibility: Low-income individuals and returning citizens.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    HandUp Foundation
    Individual Support
    Offers Individual support in the form of mentoring, life skills coaching, and guidance. Services are offered to anyone who is in need of help. Participants must agree to participate in Foundation programs and to accept the Foundation's philosophy of a "HandUP not a hand out."
    262 Willow Street
    Milton, PA 17847
    Hope Partnership for Education
    High School Support Program
    Provides academic and social support for students throughout their high school years and aid in choosing, applying for, and meeting the requirements for college acceptance or successful entrance into the world of work.
    2601 North 11th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    Eligibility: Graduates of Hope's Middle School.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 7:00pm
    House of Hope
    House of Hope
    Transitional program that provides long-term support and a home for women in need of guidance, safety, and structure as they work to overcome various obstacles and gain new hope and purpose. Services offered include Anger Management, Personal & Social Skills development, Personal financial management, Health and nutrition classes, Mentoring, etc. Accepts donations and volunteers.
    237 South Main Street, #205
    Cambridge Springs, PA 16403
    Eligibility: Women who are single and age 18 or older who are seeking change.
    Hours: Call or visit web site for more information.
    Huntingdon County Business and Industry
    Business and Industry Program
    Provides business planning and counseling, referrals and mentoring, workforce development, and financial options/counseling.
    9136 William Penn Highway
    Huntingdon, PA 16652
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    In His Eyes Outreach
    Mentoring Program
    Offers mentoring for women and men in the Montgomery County Correctional Facility to help prepare them for a successful transition back home.
    P.O. Box 26113
    Collegeville, PA 19426
    Eligibility: Incarcerated Individuals
    Hours: Irregular - call for details
    Indochinese-American Council
    After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring
    After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring Program for Youth provides students from the Logan/Olney neighborhood schools, grades 1-12, with academic enrichment, job training, employment mentoring, and leadership training. The program operates after school during the school year.
    4934-36 Old York Road
    Philadelphia, PA 19141
    Indochinese-American Council
    After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring
    After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring Program for Youth provides students from the Logan/Olney neighborhood schools, grades 1-12, with academic enrichment, job training, employment mentoring, and leadership training. The program operates after school during the school year.
    5201 Old York Road
    Suite #2
    Philadelphia, PA 19141
    Inner City Missions
    Mentoring Program
    Mentoring is a one-on-one program where mentors, who are college students or young adults living in the Philadelphia area, get paired up with a youth, ranging from 10-18 years old. The mentor meets with the mentored on a weekly basis, doing various activities with them and just getting to know them and their family. For example, last winter, the mentors took the youth on a trip to New York City, where they had the chance to skate in Rockefeller Center and eat new york style pizza. The mentoring allows for the youth to experience life outside of Kensington, while having an older and godly example to follow.
    2439 Kensington Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19125
    Join Hands Ministry
    Family Support Services
    Provides limited direct financial assistance, financial planning, emergency heat response, automobile repair, furniture/household items/appliances/clothing/toiletries, back to school and holiday assistance, counseling/guidance, and life skill support. Coordinates medical transportation. Offers volunteer opportunities.
    51 South Church Street
    New Bloomfield , PA 17068
    Eligibility: Residents
    Hours: Monday, 9:00am to 6:00pm; Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00am to 1:00;
    Friday through Sunday, Closed
    Joni and Friends Pennsylvania
    Joni and Friends Pennsylvania
    Services include:
    * Support groups
    -Caregiver Groups, for women and men caring for spouse/child affected with a disability
    -Parents with children with disabilities
    -Singles with disabilities
    -Young Adults living with disabilities
    * Speakers available
    * Wheels for the World, collects and refurbishes old wheelchairs and distributes them worldwide
    * Special Delivery, gift packages of institutionalized materials delivered to people with disabilities who are hospitalized, homebound or institutionalized
    * Holds 3 one-week retreats per year for families with a disabled family member
    * Holds 1 one-week Warrior Getaway retreat for service men and women (with visible and invisible wounds of war) and their families.
    * Works with local churches to establish disability ministry programs in their congregations
    340 Highland Drive
    Suite 200
    Mountville, PA 17554
    Eligibility: Any person with a physical or developmental disability and their family
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Joshua Group
    Crew After School Program
    Offers intensive and comprehensive academic tutoring and social mentoring. Helps students increase school engagement and attendance, reduce behavioral referrals, and increase academic achievement level.
    1459 Market Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17103
    Eligibility: Students K-12 in private or public schools
    Hours: Monday through Thursday 3:00pm to 5:00pm
    JT Dorsey Foundation
    Family Support Services
    Provides wellness education, physical activity, mentoring, leadership, employment training and a safe space for at-risk children to grow up. Uses the medium of soccer to teach nutrition education, develop strong moral character, inspire academic excellence, and promote community involvement.
    5901 Jonestown Road
    Harrisburg, PA 17110
    Eligibility: Children and adolescents from age 5 to age 19
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm
    Justice and Mercy
    Education and Advocacy
    Provides information for the public at large, advocates reform within the criminal justice system, provides care and aftercare for both offenders and their victims, mentors training for ex-offenders, and prison tours.
    PO Box 187
    Hopeland, PA 17533
    Eligibility: No limitations or restrictions
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Lacawac Sanctuary Environmental Education Center
    Youth Engaging Science
    Provides environmental STEM education through field trips, summer camps, classroom learning, peer mentoring, and leadership programs.
    94 Sanctuary Road
    Lake Ariel, PA 18436
    Eligibility: Students in pre-K through 12th grade
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Left Out Organization Program
    Left Out Organization Program
    Provides a program to support physical, emotional, and spiritual development in the children and youth throughout the community. Offers both after school and summer programs.
    3139 Pennwood Road
    Harrisburg, PA 17110
    Eligibility: Children from age 6 to age 18
    Hours: Administration Hours :Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    After School Program: Monday though Thursday, 5:30pm to 8:30pm
    Life Transforming Ministries
    New Mornings Reentry Services
    Works with people who are serving time at the Chester County Correctional Center and are returning to the Coatesville area.
    643-645 East Lincoln Highway
    PO Box 29
    Coatesville, PA 19320
    Eligibility: Incarcerated at Chester County prison only
    Life's Choices
    Relationship Mentoring
    Provides assistance in building and working on healthy relationships
    326 State Street
    Hamburg, PA 19526
    Eligibility: No limitations
    Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10:00am to 4:00pm
    Life's Choices
    Relationship Mentoring
    Provides assistance in building and working on healthy relationships
    443 West Main Street
    Kutztown, PA 19530
    Eligibility: No limitations
    Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 11:00am to 5:00pm
    ManUpPHL
    Listening to the Streets
    Provides two weeks of life skills and job readiness training, mentoring (continues post-program), trauma-informed group counseling, and job finding assistance. Participants receive a $15.00 per hour stipend and a daily complimentary meal.
    1800 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
    3rd Floor, Suite 56
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    Eligibility: Male residents of Philadelphia ages 18 to 35, who have been or are at risk of being impacted by gun violence and/or justice-involved
    Hours: Call or email for more information
    Men Who Care of Germantown
    Real Talk With Men Who Care
    Offers a mentorship program for boys and young adult males. Facilitates candid conversations about life choices and making positive life decisions, and provides advocacy and resources in support of mentees' expressed interests and concerns. Services include large group mentoring with topic-focused break out groups and one on one intervention as needed. Partner schools include Emlen Elementary, Martin Luther King, Jr. High, Roosevelt Elementary, and Wagner Middle.
    180 East Tulpehocken Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Eligibility: Males ages 5 to 34
    Hours: Program hours may vary; call or email for information.
    Men Who Care of Germantown
    Real Talk With Women Who Care
    Offers a mentorship program for girls and young adult women. Facilitates candid conversations about life choices and making positive life decisions, and provides advocacy and resources in support of mentees' expressed interests and concerns. Services include large group mentoring with topic-focused break out groups and one on one intervention as needed. Primarily mentors at the high school level.
    180 East Tulpehocken Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Eligibility: Females ages 5 to 34
    Hours: Program hours may vary; call or email for information.
    Mental Health America of Lancaster County
    Compeer Lancaster
    Matches volunteers in one-to-one relationships with adults who are recovering from mental illness. Their friendship provides structured opportunities for socialization which decreases loneliness and increases well being and confidence in the clients. Some opportunities include meeting for coffee, visiting local museums, going out to eat and taking walks together. Volunteers commit to four hour a month for one year. Other volunteer opportunities include making a 15 minute phone call each week to an individual waiting for one-to-one friend. Free training and ongoing support is provided. Within the same program, CompeerCORPS Vet2Vet matches military veterans with a veteran volunteer. Volunteer opportunities available. See Caring Connections to volunteer or refer someone to exchange phone calls to combat social isolation.
    245 Butler Avenue
    Suite 204
    Lancaster, PA 17601
    Eligibility: Adults who are recovering from mental illness; Must have a referral from a mental health provider.

    Volunteers can be anyone interested in providing a friendship - contact mha@mhalancaster.org or call to learn more about Compeer and to volunteer or refer someone for the Caring Connections program.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Mental Health Partnerships
    Chester County Compeer
    Chester County Compeer arranges one-on-one matches between adults learning to cope with a mental illness who live in Chester County with volunteers of the same sex and of similar age who share common interests and live nearby. The two spend at least four hours a month together participating in social and recreational activities. The program is designed to promote recovery by providing adults with severe mental illnesses with friends who can help in areas dealing with fear, isolation and loneliness.
    825 Paoli Pike
    3rd Floor
    West Chester, PA 19380
    Mental Health Partnerships
    Compeer in Philadelphia
    Compeer in Philadelphia arranges one-on-one matches between adults learning to cope with a mental illness who live in Philadelphia with volunteers of the same sex and of similar age who share common interests and live nearby. The two spend at least four hours a month together participating in social and recreational activities. The program is designed to promote recovery by providing adults with severe mental illnesses with friends who can help in areas dealing with fear, isolation and loneliness.
    833 Chestnut Street
    Suite 1100
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Mercer County Mentoring
    Academic Mentoring Program
    Offers mentoring programs, based both in the community and in schools, for children and youth.
    263 East State Street
    Sharon, PA 16146
    Eligibility:
    • Youth from age 5 through age 15
    • Residents of Mercer County
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Mighty Writers
    Writing Mentorships
    Pairs youth with a volunteer for once/week meetings. Together, pairs establish and complete three goals, at least one of which is related to writing. Available virtually and in-person at select sites.
    1501 Christian Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    Eligibility: Youth ages 5 to 17 in Philadelphia
    Participants in the program's geographical target areas will receive priority.
    Hours: Program hours vary; call or email for information.
    Website and registration form available 24/7.
    Mighty Writers
    Mighty Writers at Home
    Offers several popular programs online via Zoom.
    1501 Christian Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    Eligibility: Children and youth ages 2 to 17 in Philadelphia
    Hours: Program hours vary; call or email for information.
    Website and registration form available 24/7.
    Mission Empower
    Youth ENVISION
    Offers a yearlong program where youth learn how to be their own advocate and prepare for their high school graduation, career, and/or college. Components of the program include: leadership development activities, empowering trainings, one-to-one mentoring, and service opportunities for youth to give back to their community.
    1611 Peach Street, Suite 120
    Erie, PA 16501
    Eligibility: Youth from age 14 to age 18
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Erie County
    Peer-to-Peer Program
    NAMI's Peer-to-Peer program is a free 8-week educational course for adults with a mental illness.
    1611 Peach Street
    Suite 218
    Erie, PA 16501
    Eligibility: Individuals and families with mental health concerns.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    NEPA Inclusive
    Live Inclusive
    Offers a variety of day and supportive living services, such as in-home and community supports, day services, respite, companion services, community participation supports, supportive living, supported employment, and deaf services with ASL.
    22 East Street, Suite 3
    Pittston, PA 18640
    Eligibility:
    • Individuals with intellectual disabilities
    • Have a "Waiver for Service" through the PA Office of Developmental Programs (ODP)
    • Residents of Lackawanna, Luzerne, and Wyoming counties
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    New Beginnings Youth and Adult Services
    Family Support Services
    Provides personalized support, family coaching, mentoring, and outreach services to families and children.
    PO Box 2432
    Harrisburg, PA 17105
    Eligibility: Residents of Dauphin County
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    NOMO Foundation
    NOMO South - Vocational Training
    Offers programs of classes in culinary arts, fashion design/branding, cosmetology, makeup and skincare, financial literacy, resume writing, music, and introduction to barbering. Provides job readiness coaching, peer mentoring, and group therapy sessions. Also provides case management and support services including emergency temporary housing; assistance with utility, rent, and phone bill payments; transportation; nutrition services; work attire; hygiene support; medical support; and more.
    1212 South Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    Eligibility: Youth and young adults ages 12 to 24 who are experiencing or at risk of poverty
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 3:00pm to 7:00pm
    Norris Square Community Alliance
    Intensive Prevention Services (IPS)
    Provides a 90-day program for youth exhibiting at risk behaviors at home, in school, or in the community. Includes mandatory twice weekly visits with case managers, twice monthly counseling sessions, and once monthly home visits. Services include case management, referrals for wraparound services, and workshops covering anger management, conflict resolution, college preparation, and more. Uses Positive Action curriculum to deliver workshops.
    2034 North Mascher Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    Eligibility: Youth ages 10 to 18 who exhibit at risk behaviors (truancy, running away, threats of harm, substance use, etc.) and who reside in ZIP codes 19122 and 19133. Also serves Spanish speaking youth residing throughout Philadelphia County.
    Hours: After School Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:30pm to 6:30pm
    Summer Hours: Monday through Thursday, 12:00pm to 4:00pm
    Norris Square Community Alliance
    Intensive Prevention Services (IPS) - Bilingual / Spanish
    Provides a 90-day program for youth exhibiting at risk behaviors at home, in school, or in the community. Includes mandatory twice weekly visits with case managers, twice monthly counseling sessions, and once monthly home visits. Services include case management, referrals for wraparound services, and workshops covering anger management, conflict resolution, college preparation, and more. Uses Positive Action curriculum to deliver workshops.
    2034 North Mascher Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    Eligibility: Spanish speaking youth ages 10 to 18 residing in Philadelphia County who exhibit at risk behaviors (truancy, running away, threats of harm, substance use, etc.)
    Hours: After School Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:30pm to 6:30pm
    Summer Hours: Monday through Thursday, 12:00pm to 4:00pm
    North Philly Project
    iSTEM Mentoring
    Offers an educational program based in an interactive STEM curriculum that teaches practical leadership skills and provides learning opportunities in computer coding, robotics, fundamental science, math, and engineering.
    1755 North Thirteenth Street
    No. 176
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    Eligibility: Youth ages 7 to 17 residing in Philadelphia
    Hours: Program Day: Saturday. Program hours may vary; please contact for more information.
    Northeast Community Center
    Youth Services
    After School Program provides homework help, tutoring, computer lab and enrichment activities for children in 1st-12th grade living in the Marvine/Pembroke low income housing development.

    Summer camp program offers swimming and various activities for children entering grades 2-8. Operates for seven weeks during the summer, Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 3:00pm.
    1161 Fritz Drive
    Bethlehem, PA 18017
    Eligibility: Residents living in the Marvine-Pembroke low income housing development within the city of Bethlehem
    Hours: After School Homework Club: Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm to 5:00pm during school year when BASD is in session
    Summer Camp: Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 3:00pm
    Northern Tier Counseling
    Peer Support Services
    Aids consumers in becoming more independent, locating resources needed to be independent, and achieving recovery. Peer Support does not provide treatment, but rather a mentorship.
    24727 Route 6
    Towanda, PA 18848
    Eligibility: A Participant must be 18 years or older. A Participant must have a presence or history of serious mental illness based upon medical records with a diagnosis by a psychiatrist or Certified Nurse Practitioner. A Participant must have moderate to severe impairment due to mental illness.
    Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs 8 to 5; Wed 8 - 6; Fri 8 - 4
    Northern Tier Counseling
    Peer Support Services
    Aids consumers in becoming more independent, locating resources needed to be independent, and achieving recovery. Peer Support does not provide treatment, but rather a mentorship.
    1550 South Main Street
    Mansfield, PA 16933
    Eligibility: A Participant must be 18 years or older. A Participant must have a presence or history of serious mental illness based upon medical records with a diagnosis by a psychiatrist or Certified Nurse Practitioner. A Participant must have moderate to severe impairment due to mental illness
    Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
    NurturePA
    Parent Mentoring Program
    Pairs new moms with experienced parent mentors who use text messaging to provide support, information, referrals, and suggestions for activities that promote infant mental health.
    903 Sheriff's Court
    McMurray, PA 15317
    Eligibility: Any new pregnant person or parent of a child under age 2.
    Hours: Irregular - visit website for details.
    Office of Adult and Family Services, Delaware County
    Family Center
    A community based drop-in center for individuals and families to participate in parenting education, life skills training, literacy programs, youth mentoring, child development on site and in the home.
    20 South 69th Street
    3rd Floor
    Upper Darby, PA 19082
    Eligibility: Residents of Delaware County
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    One Day At A Time
    Youth Recovery Mode
    Provides a safe space for young people in North Philadelphia to develop their interpersonal skills and focus on their development, beyond the confines of their environments which have been plagued by violence and drugs. Services include mentoring, weekly/daily interactive programming, career exploration, and counseling to teach students tools to cope, manage conflict, build resiliency, and become the best version of themselves.
    2532 North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19132
    Eligibility: Children and youth in North Philadelphia whose parents are currently struggling with drug addiction or who are at risk of using drugs themselves
    Hours: Program hours may vary; call, email, or check Instagram for more information.
    Pathway To Recovery
    Education and Prevention
    Provides educational services to schools and the community to increase awareness of issues involving Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs.

    School-Based Programs.
    Classroom education sessions beginning in Preschool through High School .
    Primary and Secondary Intervention Groups (Anger Management, Children of Substance Abuse).
    S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions).
    .A.P. (Student Assistance Program).

    Community Programs.
    Various presentations and resources provided to groups and organizations throughout the community.


    223 West Broad Street
    Hazleton, PA 18201
    Eligibility: Available to all.
    Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00am to 8:00pm

    Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm; Closed holidays
    Paul W. Delauter Youth Center
    Youth Services
    Provides children with an opportunity to participate in games such as basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, ping pong, cornball, pickleball as well as crafts, and table games.
    337 Washington Avenue
    Mifflintown, PA 17059
    Eligibility: Children between the grades of 4 and 12
    Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 6:00pm to 8:00pm (Mid September through Late May)
    Penn State Cooperative Extension - Northumberland County
    4-H Club
    Youth are offered hands on projects in areas such as health, science, agriculture, and civic engagement based on their own interests and guided by adult mentors.
    443 Plum Creek Road
    Sunbury, PA 17801
    Eligibility: Youth between 5 and 18 years
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Pennsylvania Prison Society
    Mentoring for Formerly Incarcerated
    Prepares incarcerated individuals for success offering a series of workshops on topics including social media, applying for medical benefits, securing housing, and obtaining education and employment. Provide one-on-one mentorship for at least six months to develop a personalized goal plan. Also work with soon to be released juvenile lifers to help them transition into the community.
    230 South Broad Street, Suite 605
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    Eligibility: Individuals incarcerated at SCI Chester or SCI Phoenix
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm
    Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations Alliance
    Recovery Organizations Alliance
    Offers education, advocacy and peer-support services. Services include life skills training and mentor project through three regional coordinating offices: Pro-Act, Rase Project, and Message Carriers.
    Provides training on addiction treatment and recovery, youth support groups, a peer support mentoring program, and advocates for recovery.
    900 South Arlington Avenue
    Suite 254A
    Harrisburg, PA 17109
    Eligibility: No limitations or restrictions
    Hours: Call for information
    Pennsylvania Women Work
    3 Cups of Coffee®
    Offers short-term mentoring program that connects job-seekers with a volunteer in an industry or job field of interest to the individual seeking employment.

    Over three meetings, the mentor helps the mentee to strengthen their interview and job search skills and create a customized career plan while networking and building connections.
    650 Smithfield Street
    Centre City Tower, Suite 520
    Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    Eligibility: Open to all job-ready women - program available to men depending on circumstance.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports
    Adult Day Programs - Day programs are created to meet each individual’s needs and skill set. Both licensed and unlicensed day programs are held in a safe and caring environment with a team of human service professionals.

    Adult Residential Programs - Support is provided to individuals in community homes or life sharing with a host family. Each individual is evaluated to determine which living environment will work best for them depending on their needs, wants, and goals.

    Behavioral Services - Behavior support services use empirically-validated practices to identify the causes of, intervene to prevent, and create appropriate reactions to problematic behavior.

    Vocational Training - Vocational Training provides the supports individuals need to successfully find and maintain a job. Individuals receive assistance to build their resume and discover their skills and abilities.

    Companionship Services - A companion is a Direct Services Professional that provides support in the individuals own home while assisting with daily activities and functions.
    1541 Alta Drive
    Suite 201-203
    Whitehall, PA 18052
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports
    Adult Day Programs - Day programs are created to meet each individual’s needs and skill set. Both licensed and unlicensed day programs are held in a safe and caring environment with a team of human service professionals.

    Adult Residential Programs - Support is provided to individuals in community homes or life sharing with a host family. Each individual is evaluated to determine which living environment will work best for them depending on their needs, wants, and goals.

    Behavioral Services - Behavior support services use empirically-validated practices to identify the causes of, intervene to prevent, and create appropriate reactions to problematic behavior.

    Vocational Training - Vocational Training provides the supports individuals need to successfully find and maintain a job. Individuals receive assistance to build their resume and discover their skills and abilities.

    Companionship Services - A companion is a Direct Services Professional that provides support in the individuals own home while assisting with daily activities and functions.
    313 Warm Spring Road
    Chambersburg, PA 17202
    Eligibility: Individuals who have intellectual disabilities and are in need of supports to live independent and meaningful everyday lives.
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports
    Adult Day Programs - Day programs are created to meet each individual’s needs and skill set. Both licensed and unlicensed day programs are held in a safe and caring environment with a team of human service professionals.

    Adult Residential Programs - Support is provided to individuals in community homes or life sharing with a host family. Each individual is evaluated to determine which living environment will work best for them depending on their needs, wants, and goals.

    Behavioral Services - Behavior support services use empirically-validated practices to identify the causes of, intervene to prevent, and create appropriate reactions to problematic behavior.

    Vocational Training - Vocational Training provides the supports individuals need to successfully find and maintain a job. Individuals receive assistance to build their resume and discover their skills and abilities.

    Companionship Services - A companion is a Direct Services Professional that provides support in the individuals own home while assisting with daily activities and functions.
    5984 Main Street
    East Petersburg, PA 17520
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports
    Adult Day Programs - Day programs are created to meet each individual’s needs and skill set. Both licensed and unlicensed day programs are held in a safe and caring environment with a team of human service professionals.

    Adult Residential Programs - Support is provided to individuals in community homes or life sharing with a host family. Each individual is evaluated to determine which living environment will work best for them depending on their needs, wants, and goals.

    Behavioral Services - Behavior support services use empirically-validated practices to identify the causes of, intervene to prevent, and create appropriate reactions to problematic behavior.

    Vocational Training - Vocational Training provides the supports individuals need to successfully find and maintain a job. Individuals receive assistance to build their resume and discover their skills and abilities.

    Companionship Services - A companion is a Direct Services Professional that provides support in the individuals own home while assisting with daily activities and functions.
    2 Waterford Professional Center
    Suite 6C
    York, PA 17402
    Pinebrook Family Answers
    Compeer of the Lehigh Valley
    A volunteer companionship program between persons in mental health recovery and trained community volunteers. After training that is provided by compeer staff, adult volunteers are matched with adult friends who live with a mental illness. Volunteers are asked to spend one hour per week with their friend. Members of the match meet at mutually agreeable times and for activities they choose.
    402 North Fulton Street
    Allentown, PA 18102
    Eligibility: Residents of Lehigh County
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Pocono Mountains United Way
    S.M.I.L.E. (Support, Mentor, Include, Learn, Engage)
    Provides guidance and mentoring to families and early childhood facilities that support, nurture and care for at-risk children.
    301 McConnell Street
    Stroudsburg, PA 18360
    Eligibility: At-risk children in the East Stroudsburg School District.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Providence Center
    Teen Leaders Program
    The Teen Leaders Program is a mentoring program that is a critical intergenerational aspect of the After School Program increasing the individual attention given to the children. The teen leaders provide individualized assistance to the children to complete their homework, develop social and emotional skills, and act as role models for the children.

    Additionally the young women and men are offered the opportunity to think about their own educational and career goals. The Leaders are paid an hourly wage for their work, which provides needed income for themselves and families and provides an alternative to at-risk behavior. Enrichment activities are offered to The Teen Leaders that include setting educational and professional goals and receiving help applying to college.
    2557 North 5th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    Rainbow's End Youth Services
    Youth Services
    Provides spiritual direction, academic assistance, and social support to children and teenagers. Services include an after-school program, martial arts, music instruction, tutoring, and homework help.
    105 Fairview Street
    Mount Joy, PA 17552
    Eligibility:
    • Youth from age 6 to age 17
    • Currently in 1st through 12th grade
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm to 8:00pm
    Reality Check Project
    Mentoring
    Provides individuals with tools and strategies to change the directions of their lives and their future through mentoring and coaching.
    Confidential Address
    Eligibility: Re-entry, at-risk or adjudicated youth
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 7:00pm
    Recovery InSight
    Peer Support Program
    Provides mobile peer support services offered by certified peer specialists who have lived with and experienced mental health challenges. Services do not replace traditional therapies, but instead offer an alternative to individuals who may feel alienated and disconnected from the mental health system.
    1525 Oregon Pike, Suite 801
    Lancaster, PA 17601
    Eligibility:
    • Individuals age 14 and older
    • Diagnosed with serious mental illness
    • Residents of Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Perry counties
    • Eligible for Medicaid or funded by the county
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Recovery Partnership
    Reflections
    Offers a recovery community for individual who are experiencing distress and feel that they would benefit from participation in a short term, 24 hour peer-to-peer supportive environment with others who have experienced recovery and can provide support.
    1360 Main Street
    Hellertown, PA 18055
    Eligibility: For individuals who are experiencing distress and are in need of short term support.
    Hours: 24/7
    Regional Engagement Center (R.E.C.)
    Mentoring Program

    In conjunction with Susquehanna University students and community members youth mentees will be matched with an appropriate mentor. This match will be based on the completion of a survey and participant information.
    429 Eighth Street
    Selinsgrove, PA 17870
    Eligibility: Call for information.
    Hours: Paired mentor and youth commit to meet for an hour and a half every week between 3:00pm and 6:00pm every Monday through Friday.
    Roads to Recovery
    Certified Peer Specialist
    Offers CPS services, where individuals with a mental health lived-experience help other individuals set goals to overcome how their mental health affects their life. CPS services are different from other behavioral health services in that participants are accompanied along the way with individuals who have been through mental health struggles of their own. That gives the ability to share what they learned and what has helped. This method shows what works and can help individuals.
    214 South 7th Avenue
    Clarion, PA 16214
    Eligibility: Individuals, ages 14 and up, with a mental health diagnosis. Call or email for information on making a referral.
    Hours: Monday through Saturday, 8:00am to 8:00pm
    Salvation Army - Reading
    Modelo One-To-One Mentoring
    Pairs adults in a one-on-one mentoring relationship with our upper-elementary and middle school students to encourage higher-education, foster long term relationships, and develop self-confidence in the students.
    301 South Fifth Street
    Reading, PA 19602
    Eligibility: Open to adults looking to mentor
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region Worship and Service Center
    After School Program
    Provides a safe, free place for middle and elementary school students to come after school
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    506 South 29th Street
    Harrisburg , PA 17104
    Eligibility: Families from Harrisburg School District and Steelton/Highspire School District
    Hours: Call
    Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region Worship and Service Center
    Spiritual Enrichment Program
    Dinner and small group offered on a 6-week rotating basis covering a variety of topics
    506 South 29th Street
    Harrisburg , PA 17104
    Eligibility: Families/Individuals
    Hours: Call for information: Contact 717-233-6755
    Shades of Greatness
    Family Support Services
    Provides annual scholarships to college students, and ongoing services such as books, meal plans, clothing, dorm items, transportation, and housing assistance. Offers programs for youth workforce development, youth and family mentoring, financial literacy, and computer literacy. Also serves as a direct resource for individuals with ALS.
    2200 North 3rd Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17111
    Eligibility: Children age 18 and younger
    Hours: Irregular - call for details.
    Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
    Individual and Family Services
    Provides reentry and individual/family services, including outpatient substance use disorder treatment, mentoring, anger management intervention, cognitive behavioral treatment, employment training, parenting skills classes, and transitional housing.
    2001 North Front Street,
    Building 2, Suite 321
    Harrisburg, PA 17109
    Eligibility: Residents of Dauphin County
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Sullivan County Children & Youth Services
    Independent Living Program
    Individual and group education program focusing on building life skills and preparing youth for successful independent adult living.
    9219 Route 487
    Suite D
    Dushore, PA 18614
    Eligibility: Ages 14 to 21
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm
    Teen Central
    Drop-In Program
    Provides a faith-based activity center, mentoring relationships, and weekly discussion groups enabling teens to grow socially, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
    15 South Wolf Street
    Manheim, PA 17545
    Eligibility:
    • Adolescents from age 13 to age 17
    • Residents of Manheim Central School District
    Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 3:30pm to 5:30pm; Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30pm to 8:30pm
    The Cooperage Project
    Pop-Up Club
    Provides an After school program that brings hands-on learning opportunities, for middle school students, with an emphasis on STEAM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics). Connects students with local businesses, artists, makers, educators, and professionals to share knowledge and provide diverse learning experiences. Volunteers welcomed.
    1030 Main Street
    Honesdale, PA 18431
    Eligibility: Students from Wayne Highlands Middle School as well as cyber and homeschool
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm

    The Elevation Project
    Youth program
    Provides mentoring, therapeutic and life skill groups for young people (ages 14 to 18) in the juvenile justice system.
    6249 Haverford Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19151
    Eligibility: Children age 14 to 18
    Hours: Tuesday through Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm
    The Program, It's About Change
    Re-Entry Services
    Provides re-entry services. Assists with housing, mentoring, education, and employment.
    506 South George Street
    York, PA 17401
    Eligibility: Adults, must currently be on State Parole to receive services
    Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00am to 4:00pm and Friday appointments only
    The Program, It's About Change
    Re-Entry Services
    Provides family reunification, housing assistance, mentoring, and workforce development services for individuals returning home from incarceration
    1515 Derry Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17104
    Eligibility: Adults who are returning home to the community from incarceration
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 4:30pm; Friday, by appointment
    Threshold Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
    Peer Support Services
    Support services provided by a peer to assist in mental health recovery.
    1000 Lancaster Avenue
    Reading, PA 19607
    Eligibility: Individual 18 years or older with a documented serious mental illness; Must have Medical Assistance
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Timoteo Sports
    Youth Leagues
    Offers team sports leagues as a hook to engage and impact the lives of young people in a holistic way. Flag football runs April to June. Basketball runs October to December. Volleyball runs October to May. Coaching includes mentoring and informal, interactive Bible studies.
    1300 West Hunting Park Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19140
    Eligibility: Children and youth ages 5 to 18
    Hours: Program Hours: Saturday, 9:00am to 3:00pm
    United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA
    Family Support Services
    Family support services for families and parents of children with disabilities -

    Community Links: One-stop online source for parents and professionals provides 24/7 access to information about child development, family activities and events, and local resources in Central PA. To learn more, visit: http://www.community-links.net

    Family Activities: Provide families with ongoing informal networking and information sharing opportunities with other families and social activities that allow families to relax and unwind in a safe environment. These include pool parties, family movie nights, and an annual Family Fun Fair.

    Information and Referral: identifying resources in the community to assist families for needs like special education, family support, disabilities, income maintenance, and basic human needs.

    Sibshops: Unique sibling support forum gives brothers and sisters of a child with a disability the opportunity to give and receive support and information in a fun, recreational setting. Offers eight Sibshop sessions per year for children (ages 6-12).

    Workshops & Trainings: Offer workshops throughout the year on various topics related to raising a child with a disability or other special needs. Topics includes special education law, estate planning, behavioral intervention, family dynamics, and more!
    55 Utley Drive
    Camp Hill, PA 17011
    Eligibility: Family of a child with a disability
    Hours: Call for information
    Universal Companies
    From Boys to Men
    Connects young men to positive male figures from their community for 26-week program of mentoring sessions. Program covers diction, entrepreneurship, technical skills, life skills and lessons, conflict resolution and decision making, and physical education.
    800 South Fifteenth Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    Eligibility: Call 215-732-6518 for information.
    Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Universal Companies
    Pearls of Wisdom
    Connects young women to positive female figures from their community for 26-week program of mentoring sessions. Program covers diction, etiquette, technical skills, life skills and lessons, conflict resolution and decision making, proper dress and attire, and physical education.
    800 South Fifteenth Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    Eligibility: Call 215-732-6518 for information.
    Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Urban League of Philadelphia
    GEAR UP
    Provides leadership and professional development workshops to all 12 GEAR UP high schools in the district. Each school is partnered with a corporation whose employees participate in the monthly workshops.
    121 South Broad Street
    6th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Eligibility: Students from low-income backgrounds enrolled in partner schools
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Valley Youth House
    Mentoring Program
    Group and Individual mentoring services designed to help youth ages 14-20 define a strong career path and build permanent connections to caring adults
    1415 North Broad Street
    Suite 100
    Philadephia, PA 19122
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
    Valley Youth House
    Mentoring Program
    The Chester County Mentoring Program Network creates collaborative links between the county and community-based mentoring programs. The goal of the program is to connect youth with an adult to assist in personal growth and over all development. The program requires adults to connect with their mentee one time per month. Youth participants have the ability to earn stipends for the completion of Mentoring Surveys.
    999 West Chester Pike
    Suite 201
    West Chester, PA 19382
    Eligibility: Youth who are eligible for this program are former or current youth with a history in the child welfare system between the ages of 14 and 21 who currently reside in Chester County.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Valley Youth House
    Child Mentoring Program (CMP)
    Provides role modeling, tutoring, recreational and life skills development to at-risk children and youth in the community or in daycare settings.



    In home respite is provided for families involved with Lehigh County Mental Health and Northampton County Mental Health with a mental health diagnosis.
    3400 High Point Boulevard
    Bethlehem, PA 18017
    Eligibility: Lehigh County Mental Health: 2-21 years of age (if still in school)

    Northampton County Mental Health: Up to age 18
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Venango County Department of Human Services
    Life Coach Program
    Supports and mentors adults identified as struggling to build a sustainable lifestyle. Will assist those needing assistance with job placement, training, education, basic life skills.
    1 Dale Avenue
    Franklin, PA 16323
    Eligibility: Transitional adults, ages 17 to 26, and adults in becoming independent members of the community.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    WellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    Peer Support
    Provides peer specialists who have been trained and have the desire to partner with mental health consumers to help them gain strength, support and hope in their road to recovery.
    2601 Herr Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17103
    Eligibility: Adults who are recovering form mental illness; Must have a referral from a mental health provider
    Hours: Varies
    Why Not Prosper
    Pre-and Post Release Mentoring
    Provides pre-release mentoring services. Arranges workshops that educate incarcerated women about child custody issues, employment, housing, and health care. Aims to restore a sense of hope and dignity, and empower clients to make positive and responsible life choices.


    717 East Chelten Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Eligibility: Incarcerated women soon to be released in Montgomery and Philadelphia counties
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Wyoming County Special Needs Association
    Companion Program
    Companion program service is provided to individuals living in private homes for the limited purpose of providing supervision and assistance directed towards the health and safety of an adult with intellectual disabilities/autism.
    636 State Route 29 North
    Tunkhannock, PA 18657
    Eligibility: Adults with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism.
    Hours: Call office and leave message for a call back.
    Yokefellowship Prison Ministry - Lehigh Valley
    Re-Entry Services
    Assists formerly incarcerated citizens in finding a home, church, job, housing, mentoring, and spiritual advising. Also sends letters to those incarcerated in county, state, and federal correctional institutions. Volunteer opportunities available.
    PO Box 3114
    Allentown, PA 18106
    Eligibility:
    • Individuals discharged from correctional institutions
    • Residents of Lehigh and Northampton counties
    Hours: Irregular - call for details. Volunteer trainings held in spring and fall.
    Young Chances Foundation
    Community Engagement Center
    Offers year round youth educational-recreational programs, community events for parents and seniors, and life skills information for residents of all ages in the Grays Ferry and surrounding South Philadelphia neighborhoods. Also works to reduce teen violence and alleviate neighborhood tensions. Provides mentoring, food and clothing giveaways, and maintains Tynirah's Community Welcome Garden.
    2703 Tasker Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    Eligibility: Residents of South Philadelphia in zip codes 19145 and 19146
    Hours:
    Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 8:00pm
    Saturday, 12:00pm to 6:00pm
    YWCA Carlisle and Cumberland County
    Adult Classes and Community Engagement
    Offers multiple programs and opportunities such as Al-Anon Meetings, Yoga, Meditation, and Qigong, mentoring, and volunteer opportunities available.
    301 G Street
    Carlisle , PA 17013
    Eligibility: County residents
    Hours: Call for information
    YWCA Lancaster
    Empowerment Center (Prevention Education and Support Groups)
    Provides services to youth and the community for the prevention of sexual violence, teen pregnancy, school drop out, gender bias and racism.
    110 North Lime Street
    Lancaster, PA 17602
    Eligibility: School age girls
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 7:00pm
    Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
    Intensive Prevention Services (IPS)
    100 Black Men of Philadelphia
    Manhood 101: Abundant Life Mentoring Program
    ACHIEVEability
    People Going Places
    African Family Health Organization (AFAHO)
    Safe Haven
    Allegheny County Department of Human Services
    Youth Support Partners
    Amachi Pittsburgh
    Mentoring and Amachi Ambassadors Programs
    AMiracle4Sure
    Re-Entry Services
    AMiracle4Sure
    Re-Entry Services
    Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry
    Child and Parent Place
    Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia
    Youth Violence Outreach (YVO)
    Ardella's House
    Women's Reentry Program
    Bar Association of Erie County
    Attorneys & Kids Together (AKT)
    Be Proud Foundation
    STEP UP
    Beacon Light
    Peer Support Services
    Beacon Light
    Peer Support Services
    Beat the Streets Philadelphia
    Beat the Streets Philadelphia
    Berwick Area YMCA
    Reach and Rise Youth Mentoring
    Best Buddies International
    Friendship and Leadership Development
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County
    Mentoring Program
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
    Enroll a Child
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
    Enroll a Child
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County
    Mentoring Program
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    TEEN
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region
    Community-Based Program
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
    Youth Mentoring Programs
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
    Youth Mentoring Programs
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region
    Youth Mentoring
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley
    Mentoring Program
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties
    Youth Mentoring Program
    Big Impact Group of Schuylkill County
    Youth Programs
    Boro Women and Family Services
    Pregnancy Support Services
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
    Before/After School, All Day, and Summer Camp
    Brandons Forever Home
    Mentoring
    Brighter Horizon Foundation
    College Preparation for First Generation Students
    Butler County Family YMCA
    Recreational Activites
    Camp Compass Academy
    Student Mentor Program
    Carecheckers
    Monitored Check-In
    Caring Place Youth Development Center
    Mentoring Program
    CenClear
    Certified Peer Specialist
    Central Behavioral Health
    Central Behavioral Health - Certified Peer Specialist
    Centre County Youth Service Bureau
    Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Chester County Futures
    Youth Enrichment
    Children's Aid Society in Clearfield County
    Continuing Education
    Children's Aid Society of Mercer County
    Creating Foundations
    ChoiceOne
    Mentorship and Counseling Services
    Christian Churches United
    Mentor and Mentor Support
    Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry
    Project MENTOR
    City Year Philadelphia
    City Year Philadelphia - AmeriCorps Service
    Communities that Care of Greater Downingtown
    After School Mentoring Program
    Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County
    RISE
    Community Bike Works
    Earn a Bike
    Community Bike Works
    Earn a Bike
    Community Services Group
    Peer Support
    Community Services Group
    Peer Support
    Compeer of Lebanon County
    Compeer of Lebanon County
    Concerned Black Men - Philadelphia Chapter
    Mentoring Program
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos
    After School Programs for High School Students
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos
    After School Programs for High School Students
    Cornerstone Youth Center
    Cornerstone Youth Center
    Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program
    Certified Peer Support
    Cray Youth and Family Services
    1-to-1 Mentoring
    CrossNet Ministries
    Youth
    Cumberland County Adult Reentry Program CCARP
    Adult Reentry Program (CCARP)
    Dickinson Center
    Peer Support Services
    Dimplez 4 Dayz
    Royalty Eatz
    Disability Empowerment Center
    Advocacy and Independent Skills Training
    Disability Empowerment Center
    Advocacy and Independent Skills Training
    ECS - St. Barnabas Community Resource Center
    MindSet
    Educational Opportunity Centers
    Virtual Services
    Educational Opportunity Centers
    Virtual Services
    Educational Opportunity Centers
    Virtual Services
    Erie Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    Peer Support Program
    Excentia Human Services
    Home and Community Habilitation
    Factory Ministries
    Factory Youth Center
    Families First
    Mentoring Programs
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society
    Youth Connection
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society
    Youth Connection
    Family Services of NW PA
    Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Family Services of NW PA
    Big Brothers Big Sisters
    fathering.me
    Parenting Classes for Dads
    First Tee Lehigh Valley and Berks
    Life Skills Program
    Frontline Dads
    Mentoring & Leadership Development
    galaei QTBIPOC Radical Social Justice
    Student Power Leadership And Activism Together (SPLAT)
    Good Samaritan Services
    Housing Support Services
    Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s)
    Very Important People Program
    Greater Erie Community Action Committee
    Getting Ahead
    HandUp Foundation
    Individual Support
    Hope Partnership for Education
    High School Support Program
    House of Hope
    House of Hope
    Huntingdon County Business and Industry
    Business and Industry Program
    In His Eyes Outreach
    Mentoring Program
    Indochinese-American Council
    After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring
    Indochinese-American Council
    After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring
    Inner City Missions
    Mentoring Program
    Join Hands Ministry
    Family Support Services
    Joni and Friends Pennsylvania
    Joni and Friends Pennsylvania
    Joshua Group
    Crew After School Program
    JT Dorsey Foundation
    Family Support Services
    Justice and Mercy
    Education and Advocacy
    Lacawac Sanctuary Environmental Education Center
    Youth Engaging Science
    Left Out Organization Program
    Left Out Organization Program
    Life Transforming Ministries
    New Mornings Reentry Services
    Life's Choices
    Relationship Mentoring
    Life's Choices
    Relationship Mentoring
    ManUpPHL
    Listening to the Streets
    Men Who Care of Germantown
    Real Talk With Men Who Care
    Mental Health America of Lancaster County
    Compeer Lancaster
    Mental Health Partnerships
    Chester County Compeer
    Mental Health Partnerships
    Compeer in Philadelphia
    Mercer County Mentoring
    Academic Mentoring Program
    Mighty Writers
    Writing Mentorships
    Mission Empower
    Youth ENVISION
    National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Erie County
    Peer-to-Peer Program
    NEPA Inclusive
    Live Inclusive
    New Beginnings Youth and Adult Services
    Family Support Services
    NOMO Foundation
    NOMO South - Vocational Training
    Norris Square Community Alliance
    Intensive Prevention Services (IPS)
    North Philly Project
    iSTEM Mentoring
    Northeast Community Center
    Youth Services
    Northern Tier Counseling
    Peer Support Services
    Northern Tier Counseling
    Peer Support Services
    NurturePA
    Parent Mentoring Program
    Office of Adult and Family Services, Delaware County
    Family Center
    One Day At A Time
    Youth Recovery Mode
    Pathway To Recovery
    Education and Prevention
    Paul W. Delauter Youth Center
    Youth Services
    Penn State Cooperative Extension - Northumberland County
    4-H Club
    Pennsylvania Prison Society
    Mentoring for Formerly Incarcerated
    Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations Alliance
    Recovery Organizations Alliance
    Pennsylvania Women Work
    3 Cups of Coffee®
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports
    Pinebrook Family Answers
    Compeer of the Lehigh Valley
    Pocono Mountains United Way
    S.M.I.L.E. (Support, Mentor, Include, Learn, Engage)
    Providence Center
    Teen Leaders Program
    Rainbow's End Youth Services
    Youth Services
    Recovery InSight
    Peer Support Program
    Recovery Partnership
    Reflections
    Regional Engagement Center (R.E.C.)
    Mentoring Program
    Roads to Recovery
    Certified Peer Specialist
    Salvation Army - Reading
    Modelo One-To-One Mentoring
    Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region Worship and Service Center
    After School Program
    Shades of Greatness
    Family Support Services
    Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
    Individual and Family Services
    Sullivan County Children & Youth Services
    Independent Living Program
    Teen Central
    Drop-In Program
    The Cooperage Project
    Pop-Up Club
    The Elevation Project
    Youth program
    The Program, It's About Change
    Re-Entry Services
    The Program, It's About Change
    Re-Entry Services
    Threshold Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
    Peer Support Services
    Timoteo Sports
    Youth Leagues
    United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA
    Family Support Services
    Universal Companies
    From Boys to Men
    Urban League of Philadelphia
    GEAR UP
    Valley Youth House
    Mentoring Program
    Valley Youth House
    Mentoring Program
    Valley Youth House
    Child Mentoring Program (CMP)
    Venango County Department of Human Services
    Life Coach Program
    WellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    Peer Support
    Why Not Prosper
    Pre-and Post Release Mentoring
    Wyoming County Special Needs Association
    Companion Program
    Yokefellowship Prison Ministry - Lehigh Valley
    Re-Entry Services
    Young Chances Foundation
    Community Engagement Center
    YWCA Carlisle and Cumberland County
    Adult Classes and Community Engagement
    YWCA Lancaster
    Empowerment Center (Prevention Education and Support Groups)
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