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Abington Township Police Department
Abington Police Department Police Athletic League (PAL)
The Abington Police Athletic League (PAL), a non-profit community organization formed in 2001, seeks to prevent juvenile crime and violence while encouraging personal growth among our young people. PAL centers, staffed by APD and community volunteers, offer structured, personal guidance in a safe, friendly environment. PAL offers a wide range of physical and intellectual activities that address the needs of Abington's youth. Providing positive adult role models is a critical component of our PAL efforts. In Abington, law enforcement officers and community volunteers work with young people to encourage positive development as members of the local community. While Abington PAL is sponsored through the Abington Township Police Department, PAL receives no direct funding. As such, PAL is dependent on volunteer support from community-minded individuals, business leaders, corporations and foundations.
2741 Woodland Road
Roslyn, PA 19001
Hours: Fridays and Saturdays 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
AchieveAbility
AchieveAbility - People Going Places
Clients at advanced levels of the self-sufficiency scale participate in regular meetings throughout the year with successful professionals and business people. These meetings provide additional mentoring and networking opportunities to position clients for further success.
21 South 61st Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Adams County Economic Education Foundation
Mentor Program
Mentor Program is offered through the High School in Adams county. Students in their junior year who are struggling with personal, family, or schhol issues are paired with local business people active or retired to give the student a consisitent supportive presence in their lives. Always recruiting mentors also.
1382 Biglerville Road
Gettysburg , PA 17325
Eligibility: Adams County High School Juniors
Hours: Septemeber through June
Alternatives in Community Treatment
Alternatives in Community Treatment - Companion Mentor Program
Key to improving the quality of life for person with a neurological disability is an enduring and permanent relationship with a mentor. This relationship provides nurturing, gentle guidance and the safety, structure and flexibility to fully develop their capabilities. By providing skilled and experienced Companion Mentors, ACT, Inc. helps lay the foundation for learning life skills, developing self-esteem and learning to exist in interdependence with others.

Companion Mentors are matched with the individual after careful consideration of personal compatibility, interests, the individual’s service needs, and capacity of the individual and the Companion Mentor to achieve a mutually-positive relationship. The individual plays a key role in this matching process.

Companion mentors are responsible for providing food, shelter, and assistance as necessary with activities of daily living based on the compensatory needs of the individual’s disability. The Companion Mentor will also be responsible for providing skill rehabilitation for the achivement optimal growth and independence. Companion Mentors typically provide support early mornings, evenings, and weekends. Because Companion Mentors usually have employment beyond providing Companion Mentor services, ACT, Inc. may provide additional support during the time a Companion Mentor is working.
23 Mystic Lane
Suite A
Malvern, PA 19355
AMiracle4Sure
AMiracle4Sure - Dauphin
Provides reentry supportive services for families impacted by our criminal justice system. Services includes: housing assistance (varies based on need), transitional living support (female clients only), training (family reunification & cognitive behavioral intervention), mentoring (one on one), case management services, referral Services, food, clothing, educational support, employment assistance, photo identification cards, and bus passes for employment.
1735 State Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
Eligibility: Transitional living services are only available to female clients
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
AMiracle4Sure
AMiracle4Sure - Juniata
Provides reentry supportive services for families impacted by our criminal justice system. Services includes: housing assistance (varies based on need), transitional living support (female clients only), training (family reunification & cognitive behavioral intervention), mentoring (one on one), case management services, referral Services, food, clothing, educational support, employment assistance, photo identification cards, and bus passes for employment.
4218 William Penn Highway
Mifflintown, PA 17059
Hours: Monday through Friday,10:00am to 3:00pm
Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry
Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry - Child and Parent Place (CAPP)
The Child and Parent Place at Anchorpoint (C.A.P.P.) is a specialized mental wellness and education center for children, teens and parents. Led by child and family therapists and certified teachers, C.A.P.P. provides Outpatient Counseling, Tutoring/Mentoring, Support Groups and Educational Programs. Counseling services at C.A.P.P. include play therapy, sand tray therapy, trauma-informed counseling, parent counseling, Parent Child Interaction Therapy and family therapy.
800 McKnight Park Drive
Suite 802
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Eligibility: Children, Teens, Parents, Families
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Barnstone Art for Kids
Barnstone Art for Kids - Power Art Series - Chester; Phoenixville
The Power of Art includes a creative full-year curriculum that encourages the development of healthy life skills by pairing a child with a compassionate one-to-one mentor to explore art in a safe, positive environment. The program supports the development of communication and social skills, adaptive problem solving, self-awareness and confidence.The Power Art Series addresses Adverse Childhood Experiences as a public health concern and developed the Power of Art to reduce the risk of poor outcomes for children suffering adversity.
388 West Pothouse Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Eligibility: Staff will complete the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) survey with Parent or Guardian to determine eligibility.
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Beacon Light
Beacon Light - Forest/Warren County Outpatient Services - 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.
Beacon Light
Beacon Light - Main Office - 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.
Berwick Area YMCA
Berwick YMCA - Reach and Rise Youth Mentoring
The Reach & Rise® Mentoring Program is a BerwickArea YMCA program designed to help youth ages 9-17 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 once each week to support them with challenges occurring in their lives while engaging in enriching community activities. Mentors don’t need any special skills, just
a desire to make a difference. Volunteer mentors will receive training and extensive support to insure they are equipped to make a difference in the lives of young people.

Reach & Rise® group mentoring supports youth ages 8-15 who may often experience social issues, poverty, community violence, and educational disparities. Volunteer mentors have the opportunity to change the life of not only one child but six. Mentors can help the mentees express feelings, have a positive outlook on the future, and become more confident in themselves leading to an endless possibility of positive outcomes. Mentors don’t need to have any special background, but
just willing to listen, empathize, respect, support, and guide a youth through their life struggles. Mentors will go through training and be given full support by the program coordinator, so they are able to confidently help support the lives of the group
Volunteer mentors must meet the specific criteria and training.
231 West Third Street
Berwick, PA 18603
Eligibility: Youth ages 9 - 17 years. Group: youth ages 8-15
Volunteers at least 21 years old who meet above requirement.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County - Options
Provides youth who are at-risk and involved with juvenile court, youth aid panels, or Bucks County Children and Youth with more intense professional guidance. Each youth meets individually with a case manager who provides personalized support.
2875 York Road
Jamison, PA 18929
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County - STEM School-Based Mentoring
Matches youth in need of mentors with an adult volunteer who meets with the student during school hours at the school. STEM games and activities are provided.
2875 York Road
Jamison, PA 18929
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County - Community Based Mentoring
Matches youth in need of mentoring with an adult mentoring volunteer for at least 15 months.
2875 York Road
Jamison, PA 18929
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh - Enroll a Child
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: CHILDREN: Boys and girls ages 6-13 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: Office Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Mentoring activities often take place outside normal business hours.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh - Enroll a Child
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: CHILDREN: Boys and girls ages 6-13 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: Office Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Mentoring activities often take place outside normal business hours.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County - Mentoring Program
Establishes one-to-one mentoring relationships between caring adult volunteers and children. Through guidance, mentoring, and friendship, volunteers improve the self-confidence of the children and increase the probability that they will become fully integrated members of society, leading productive and rewarding lives.
1475 3rd Avenue
New Brighton, PA 15066
Eligibility: Children: between the ages of 6 through 12 years of age from families facing adversity. Application process required.
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 4:00pm
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berk 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
Centre Park
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
Centre Park
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
Centre Park
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
Centre Park
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 NEPA
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
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region - Community-based Program
Provides 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 facing adversity; Volunteers are individuals and married couples age 20 years and up
Hours: Call for information
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region - Site-based Mentoring Programs
Children 7 to 16 years-of-age are matched with caring friends (adults, college students or high school students) for one-to-one mentoring relationships. Provides volunteers with consultation and training on mentoring.

Bigs in Blue Program: law enforcement mentoring in the schools during lunch /recess.

1519 North 3rd Street
Harrisburg , PA 17102
Eligibility: Children facing adversity; Volunteers are individuals and married couples age 20 years and up
Hours: Call for information
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
Big Brothers Big Sisters - Independence Region - Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
Research has consistently demonstrated that LGBTQ youth are at higher risks in a number of areas that impede healthy and safe development. Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Independence Region are partnering with local schools to support our LGBTQ youth by recruiting safe, responsible, and compassionate LGBTQ Volunteers to be group mentors to high school Gender and Sexuality Alliances – a safe/brave space for queer and questioning youth. 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
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
Big Brothers Big Sisters - Youth Mentoring
Youth Mentoring provides adult mentors to children who need an extra friend or role model. Mentors and mentees meet 2 - 4 times a month for at least 1 year. Independent research confirms that the time they spend together keeps kids in school and away from drugs, alcohol and violence.
123 South Broad Street
Suite 1050
Philadelphia, PA 19109
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region - Beyond School Walls - Philadelphia
Version of Big Brothers Big Sisters’ one-to-one youth mentoring program. The children meet in the workplace with the employee volunteer mentor two to four times per month during the school day for about an hour. A BBBS Independence Region Match Support Specialist manages the program on-site while Bigs and Littles play games, do arts and crafts, tour the office or just talk with one another. Currently 25 corporate partners participate.
123 South Broad Street
Suite 1050
Philadelphia, PA 19109
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
Big Brothers Big Sisters - Youth Mentoring - Montgomery County
Youth Mentoring provides adult mentors to children who need an extra friend or role model. Mentors and mentees meet 2 - 4 times a month for at least 1 year. Independent research confirms that the time they spend together keeps kids in school and away from drugs, alcohol and violence.
530 DeKalb Street
Norristown, PA 19401
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
Big Brothers Big Sisters - Mentoring Program
The Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern PA provides children facing adversity (including those living in single parent homes, growing up in poverty and coping with parental incarceration) with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

By partnering with parents/guardians, volunteers and others in the community BBBS is accountable for each child in the program achieving:
- Higher aspirations, greater confidence, and better relationships
- Avoidance of risky behaviors
- Educational success
760 Constitution Drive
Suite 10
Exton, PA 19341
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region - Fayette
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 children ages 6-26, the youth must be between the ages of 6-14 to be eligible to be matched with a volunteer mentor. For our 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: Weekdays, 9:00am to 4:00pm
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley
Creates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships between youth and adults that ignite the power and promise of youth.

41 South Carlisle Street
Allentown, PA 18109
Eligibility: Any child who can benefit from a positive, adult role model.

Positive, caring responsible adults living in the Lehigh Valley that want to be role models.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties
Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties
Community-based mentoring program: Traditional youth mentoring program for children ages 6 to 13 years old, who are primarily from a single parent home. "Bigs" and "Littles" enjoy one-to-one outings and activities in the community. Youth who are enrolled in the program before age 13, may stay in the program until they are 18 years of age.

SMART Program: The school-based mentoring program SMART stands for Students and Mentors Achieving Results Together. The high school or college mentors in the program help their Littles do their homework, read stories, play games, eat snacks, and be a positive role-model and friend. The elementary students and mentors are paired one-on-one to get to know each other and to build a positive relationship.

For a list of participating schools, contact Donna at 717-843-0051.

Special Mentoring Programs: Includes African American mentoring, Hispanic mentoring, Native American mentoring and a mentoring program for children with parents in the military.

Amachi Program: A special mentoring program for children with a parent who is incarcerated.
227 West Market Street
Suite 102
York, PA 17401
Eligibility: • For LITTLES: Adams and York County youth ages 6 to 13 years old.
• For BIGS: There is an application and orientation process.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Twin Tiers
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Twin Tiers - Bradford County
Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to -1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Volunteers (18+) are matched with a child of the same gender from 5-14 years of age. Matches spend 2-4 hours per week or 4-8 hours every other week doing activities in their community. These activities range anywhere from walks in the park, playing video games, going to the movies or possibly a camping trip later down the line. Matches can remain open until the Little turns 19 years of age.
10 Park Street
Suite 2
Towanda, PA 18848
Hours: Mon thru Fri.,8am-4pm or by appointment.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Twin Tiers
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Twin Tiers - Sullivan County
Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to -1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Volunteers (18+) are matched with a child of the same gender from 5-14 years of age. Matches spend 2-4 hours per week or 4-8 hours every other week doing activities in their community. These activities range anywhere from walks in the park, playing video games, going to the movies or possibly a camping trip later down the line. Matches can remain open until the Little turns 19 years of age.
10 Park Street
Suite 2
Towanda, PA 18848
Hours: Mon thru Fri.,8am-4pm or by appointment.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Twin Tiers
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Twin Tiers - Tioga County
Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to -1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Volunteers (18+) are matched with a child of the same gender from 5-14 years of age. Matches spend 2-4 hours per week or 4-8 hours every other week doing activities in their community. These activities range anywhere from walks in the park, playing video games, going to the movies or possibly a camping trip later down the line. Matches can remain open until the Little turns 19 years of age.
10 Park Street
Suite 2
Towanda, PA 18848
Hours: Mon thru Fri.,8am-4pm or by appointment.
Big Impact Group of Schuylkill County, Inc.
Big Impact Group of Schuylkill County, Inc.
Provides a mentoring experience to youth - volunteer Big Brothers, Big Sisters, provide friendship, guidance, support, encouragement in social, educational and cultural experiences.
23 Meadowbrook Drive
Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972
Eligibility: Children to high school
Black Women's Policy Center
Black Women's Policy Center - Life Skills Training and Mentoring
From childhood and throughout our professional lives, women especially benefit from having a mentor to help us to set goals, and hold us accountable for taking the steps necessary to achieving them. We will be your personal cheerleader, encouraging you along the way!

Mastering and developing the life skills that are not taught in schools can improve all areas of your life from work to relationships.
410 Ninth Street
McKeesport, PA 15132
Hours: Website 24/7.
Days and hours of programming vary.
Boro Women and Family Services
Boro Women and Family Services - Pregnancy Support Services
Free Pregnancy Tests
, Options Counseling,
Medical Referrals,
Ultrasound referrals,
Breastfeeding Information,
Childbirth Instruction,
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 & Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg, Inc.
Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg, Inc.
Academic Help- tutoring, accountability, time to complete assignments, mentoring, 6-8 week summer camps.
73 West Burd Street
Shippensburg, PA 17257
Eligibility: Children/youth who are in grades K through 12. The program is not income based.
Hours: After School: Monday - Friday, 2:45 PM - 6:00 PM ; Before School: 6:00 AM – 8:30 AM Summer Camp: Ship – 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM ; Cham – 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM; All Day Programming – 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Brandons Forever Home
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 - Serving Cumberland, Dauphin & York
Bridge of Hope Harrisburg Area - Program for Single Mothers Experiencing Homelessness
A comprehensive SELF SUFFICIENCY PROGRAM.

For PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS ONLY - Provides long-term financial assistance (rental and emergency) with permanent housing. The program Includes: Case management for housing, job training and education, financial, physical, emotional, social and spiritual health; Match with a mentoring group for social and emotional support; Goal is to become self-sufficient.
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.
NOTE:This is NOT A ONE-TIME EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (i.e., to avoid eviction).
Hours: Monthly group meetings, regular meetings with program staff and with mentoring group
Bridge of Hope National
Bridge of Hope Bux-Mont - Family and Financial Stability Program
Offers single moms experiencing homelessness or at risk of being homeless the opportunity to get permanent housing and establish family and financial stability over a period of 12-15 months.
121 East Chestnut Street
Suite 205
Souderton, PA 18964
Eligibility: Single mothers aged 20 years or older that are homeless or at risk of homelessness;
Diploma or GED;
History of substance abuse requires 12 months sobriety; Must be employed
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 3:00pm
Fridays by appointment
Brighter Horizon Foundation
Brighter Horizon Foundation
Brighter Horizon Foundation serves as a critical resource to first-generation students and their families throughout the various stages of the high school-to-college transition process and beyond.

Most of these families are unfamiliar with the requirements and expectations of the college admission process, so in today’s institutional rhetoric and procedure-based system, these students are at a significant disadvantage—often compounded by racial and socioeconomic challenges. Brighter Horizon is breaking the cycle of exclusion that these barriers create by supporting and empowering students throughout the college application process.

Through a pragmatic approach, Brighter Horizon constructively counters the anxieties and stresses often experienced by first-generation students to make a four-year college education possible.

Services include:
--Introduce students to the college search and transition process.
--Provide training for college admissions criteria and planning for deadlines and required fees.
--Offer guidance with college applications, testing and personal essay writing, including completing the Common Application.
--Assist with financial documentation and completing the FAFSA forms.
--Connect students with a larger network of successful first-generation individuals in four-year degree programs, helping foster mentorships and new relationships.
--Grant scholarships for qualified students.
--Offer mentorship throughout their college career and assistance with internships and full-time job searches.

Brighter Horizon is redefining today’s empowerment services for underserved, first-generation youth in the Greater Philadelphia area and beyond.
2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Butler County Family YMCA
Butler County Family YMCA - Recreational Activites
Provides health and social services to families and emphasizes the development of four core values: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.
Includes independent living classes for older adults, child care, and a variety of heath and fitness resources.
339 North Washington Street
Butler, PA 16001
Eligibility: Men, women and children of all ages, abilities, incomes, races and religions.
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 5:00am to 10:00pm
Friday through Saturday, 5:00am to 9:00pm
Sunday, 11:00am to 6:00pm
Butler County Family YMCA
Butler County Family YMCA - Reach & Rise Mentoring
Therapeutic group youth mentoring program. Designed to build a better future for youth by helping them reach their full potential through the support of caring adults. Mentors utilize evidence-based curriculum and group activities proven to help build healthy, supportive, safe and fun relationships with youth.
339 North Washington Street
Butler, PA 16001
Eligibility: School Age (6-17)
Hours: Groups start Tuesday, February 23th and Thursday, February 26th. Additional groups starting on Tuesday, March 23rd and Thursday, March 25th.
Groups meet weekly for 2 hours.
Group mentoring sessions are held 3 times per year: 16 week (fall & spring sessions) and 8 week (summer sessions)
Camp Compass Academy
Camp Compass Academy
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. Students earn rewards for meeting their social and academic goals.
1221 Sumner Avenue
Rear
Allentown, PA 18104
Eligibility: Urban students in grades five through twelve
Hours: Varies seasonally
Carecheckers, LLC
Monitored Check-In
CareCheckers now has a Monitored check-in service for $14.95 per month. You call us daily and leave your message telling us you are alright. Our log is checked daily so you are assured of peace of mind.
2151 Ann Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Hours: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Caring Place Youth Development Center
Caring Place Youth Development - Mentoring Program
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Closed due to the pandemic

Mentoring programs are open to young women and men, age 13 to 18. Weekly sessions are led by adult volunteers and help teens communicate openly, discover life options and opportunities, develop social skills, and become aware of the world around them. Meetings may include guided discussions, rap sessions, guest speakers, social events, cultural enrichment activities.

931 Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA 18101
Eligibility: Youth, age 13-18
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:30am to 6:30pm
Friday, 10:00am to 2:00pm
Hotline: Friday through Saturday, 6:00pm to 11:00pm
CenClear
CenClear - Certified Peer Specialist - Mentoring
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
Centre County Big Brothers Big Sisters
Provides mentoring relationships between trained volunteers and youth in Centre County
325 West Aaron Drive
State College, PA 16803
Eligibility: School age children in need of an adult mentor
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30AM to 5PM
Chester County Futures
Chester County Futures - Youth Enrichment
Mentoring programs combine individual mentoring with comprehensive after-school instructional services and financial support, all tailored to fit the needs of the individual student. Students in the program can also receive laptops, calculators, and usbs for high school juniors, seniors, and college students.
50 South First Avenue
Suite 105
Coatesville, PA 19320
Eligibility: Call for more information, program is for high schoolers.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Children's Aid Society in Clearfield County
Children's Aid Society in Clearfield County - Youth Mentoring
The process of matching mentors with children who need or want a caring, responsible adult in their lives. Adult mentors are usually unrelated to the child and work as volunteers through the community.
1008 South Second Street
Clearfield, PA 16830
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Christian Churches United
HELP Ministries - Mentor and Mentor Support
Due to COVID-19, the office is doing all the intakes over the phone and are not accepting any walk-ins. If someone does show up, HELP will take their phone number to call them and send them away. The only exception would be someone without a phone and those residents should expect to have a long wait.

Provies 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 Life Skills
Christian Life Skills - Mentoring Program (CLSMP)
A mentoring program for youth (ages 6-9 and 10-18) to learn ten life skills through recreational opportunities and mentorship from parents an other adult leaders. Program may take 16 months to 4 years, depending on the pace and scheduling of meetings. Includes discussions and activities to support young persons with daily life issues
PO Box 8146
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Eligibility: Ages 6 through 18 years
Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry
Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry - Project MENTOR
Project MENTOR (Mentoring Ex-offenders' Need to Overcome Re-offending) uses volunteer recruits to provide mentoring services to ex-offenders. CRAM also collaborates with other organizations that are in need of our mentoring services, as long as the service is being provided to clients and/or family members of prisoners/ex-offenders.
1821 Fulton Street
Harrisburg, PA 17102
Eligibility: CRAM only serves 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
Christ's Home
Christ's Home - Transitional Living Program
Offers the following program

- Supervised living;
- Life skills assessment and training;
- Individual and group counseling;
- Case management;
- Mentoring
800 York Road
Warminster, PA 18974
Eligibility: Adolescent boys 16 years and older
City Year Philadelphia
City Year Philadelphia - AmeriCorps Service
Community Engagement Projects include:
- Painting murals
- Planting gardens
- Creating playspaces
- Renovating schools
- Refurbishing community centers
- Engaging community members, helping share the power of service
211 North 13th Street
Suite 100
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Eligibility: Call for more information
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 6:00pm
Communities that Care of Greater Downingtown
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: Youth in Chester county
Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County
Community Action Partnership - Navigation
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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
Community Bike Works - Carlisle Street
Community Bike Works helps kids learn life lessons while they build bicycles! In our Earn a Bike program, 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.

Once engaged in Earn a Bike, students can access our full range of mentoring programs, including afterschool Drop-in, Earn a Book, Youth Leadership, and cycling programs.

Our Junior Earn a Bike programs serves students ages 7-8.
614 South Carlisle Street
Allentown, PA 18109
Eligibility: Children and adolescents, ages 9 - 17
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 12:00pm to 8:00pm
Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
Community Bike Works
Bike Mentoring - East Allentown
Community Bike Works teaches kids life lessons while they build bicycles! In our Earn a Bike program, 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. Once engaged in Earn a Bike, students can access our full range of mentoring programs, including afterschool Drop-in, Youth Leadership, and cycling programs. Junior Earn a Bike programs serve students ages 7-8.
614 South Carlisle Street
Allentown, PA 18109
Hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
Community Bike Works
Community Bike Works - Madison Street
Community Bike Works helps kids learn life lessons while they build bicycles! In our Earn a Bike program, 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.

Once engaged in Earn a Bike, students can access our full range of mentoring programs, including afterschool Drop-in, Earn a Book, Youth Leadership, and cycling programs.

Our Junior Earn a Bike programs serves students ages 7-8.
235 North Madison Street
Allentown, PA 18102
Eligibility: Children and adolescents, ages 7 - 17
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 12:00pm to 8:00pm
Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
Community Services Group
Community Services Group - Peer Support - Huntingdon/Mifflin/Juniata
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
Community Services Group - Peer Support - Schuylkill
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 illness. Must be in active mental health treatment.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Compeer of Lebanon County
Compeer of Lebanon County CompeerCORPS
Matches veteran volunteers in one-to-one friendships with veterans who are in mental health recovery.
4 South Fourth Street
Unit C
Lebanon, PA 17042
Eligibility: Veteran residing in Lebanon County, 18 or older, diagnosed with a mental illness.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Compeer of Lebanon County
Compeer of Lebanon County - Compeer Youth
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
Concerned Black Men - Philadelphia Chapter
Concerned Black Men - Boy to Manhood Program
Connects African American youth with positive role models. Youth are encouraged to ask questions to learn more about the different professions and requirements to be considered for a position in that field.
7200 North 21st Street
Philadelphia, PA 19138
Concerned Black Men - Philadelphia Chapter
Concerned Black Men - Mentoring Program
Offers group mentoring sessions for boys and girls and provides a chance 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.
Connecting2Tomorrow
Connecting2Tomorrow - Mentoring Program
Mentoring program for teens 14 and older. Teens meet from September to May at a frequency of 2 times per month for one hour sessions. Mentors guide teens to become motivated about their future; set goals to stay in school and find employment. Graduates of the program may enter our Worked UP! Program for Employment opportunities and receive a career Readiness Kit.
212-214 S. Main Street
Butler, PA 16001
Eligibility: Youth 14 and older
Hours: Call or visit web site for more information.
Cornerstone Community Ministries
Cornerstone Youth Center
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 7-12
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Friday, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Sunday, 6:00pm to 8:00pm skateboards only
Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program
Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program - Main Offices - 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
CrossNet Ministries
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
Crossroads Foundation
Crossroads Foundation
Provides supplementary academic year initiatives and intensive summer programs. Provides college and career readiness, personal and social wellness and academic achievement.
6901 Lynn Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Eligibility: High school students
Crossroads Foundation
Crossroads Foundation
Provides supplementary academic year initiatives and intensive summer programs. Provides college and career readiness, personal and social wellness and academic achievement.
6901 Lynn Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Eligibility: High school students
Cumberland County Adult Reentry Program CCARP
Cumberland County Adult Reentry Program (CCARP)
To provide 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.
4 East Liberty Avenue
Carlisle, PA 17013
Eligibility: Cumberland County PA resident who is connected with the CCARP program
Dickinson Center
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.
Disability Empowerment Center
Disability Empowerment Center - Lancaster

No financial assistance provided
Provides the following services:
- Information and referral
- Peer support
- Independent living skills training
- Advocacy
941 Wheatland Avenue
Suite B-1
Lancaster, PA 17603
Eligibility: Persons with disabilities
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Educational Opportunity Centers, Inc.
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, Inc.
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, Inc.
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
Edwardsville , PA 18704
Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Additional Hours by schedule

Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Erie Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Erie County Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Peer Support Program
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: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Excentia Human Services
Excentia - Out and About Program
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 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
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
Housed in Wind Gap Middle School
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
Family Service & Children's Aid Society - Carone Center - Youth Connection
Youth Connection (YC) makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (mentors) and youth (mentees) age 6-18 throughout Venango, Forest, Clarion, and Eastern Crawford Counties. YC 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: Call for more information.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Family Service & Children's Aid Society
Family Service & Children's Aid Society - Titusville - Youth Connection
Youth Connection (YC) makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (mentors) and youth (mentees) age 6-18 throughout Venango, Forest, Clarion, and Eastern Crawford Counties. YC 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: Call for more information.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Family Services of NW PA
Family Services of NWPA (FSNWPA) - Big Brothers and Big Sisters
Children are matched with a consistent, one to one relationship with a supportive, nonjudgmental volunteer mentor. The relationship is monitored monthly by staff to problem solve obstacles in the relationship in order to support the relationship.

Community Based Mentoring (CB) - provides the opportunity for a volunteer age 18+ to establish a relationship with a child ages 6 - 13 from a single parent home. The child and the volunteer are matched through common interests in hopes that the volunteer is able to enhance the child's assets as well as broaden his/her horizons. Volunteers are trained to look for teachable moments to develop social, academic, physical skills as well as work on ethics, hobbies and cultural, recreational and environmental experiences.

Site Based Mentoring (SB): This component provides the opportunity for an adult volunteer to establish a one to one mentoring relationship with a child/youth who is experiencing an academic or social adjustment problem. College students are primarily utilized as sited based mentors.
5100 Peach Street
Erie, PA 16509
Eligibility: Call or visit the website for more information.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm
Evenings and Saturdays by appointment.
fathering.me
fathering.me
Encourages, empower, and equip 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: Male with partner who is pregnant or is the father of a child under 12 months old
Hours: On call - please call main number
First Tee Lehigh Valley and Berks
First Tee Lehigh Valley and Berks
Provides life skills and core values education to youth through golf instruction
6034 Hamilton Boulevard
Suite 124
Allentown, PA 18106
Eligibility: Lehigh Valley and Berks youth ages 8-16 desiring structured golf instruction and primarily for those children who have not had exposure to this game and its positive values.
Hours: Programs run throughout the summer and after school.
Friends of the Poor
Friends of the Poor - Big Friends Little Friends
Children of the Valley View development are provided with college mentors every Monday and Thursday during the school year to help with homework and educational activities. The after school program is overseen by a local teacher from the Scranton School District. The children also receive a nutritious meal provided by the Weinberg Food Bank. A similar program is offered at the Washington Plaza development on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Valley View Terrace, Building 9
950 Pear Street
Scranton, PA 18505
Hours: Office hours - Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
Garage Community and Youth Center
Garage Community and Youth Center - Tutoring and Mentoring
Life and school can be tough. They can also be fun and rewarding. In both cases, it’s nice to have someone with whom to share victories and rough times, someone who will listen and help consider problems and solutions, or someone who can offer a little expertise in a difficult subject. Our tutoring and mentoring program matches any interested student with a caring, youth-loving adult to be an extra support and encourager. It is a rewarding, one academic-year commitment.
115 South Union Street
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 2:30 to 6:00pm

COVID HOURS: Monday through Thursday, 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Garage Community and Youth Center
Garage Community and Youth Center - Mentoring - Kennett Square
The Garage provides tutoring, drop-in homework help, mentoring, service opportunities and recreational opportunities for middle and high school students.
115 South Union Street
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 2:30pm to 7:00pm
Friday, 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Garage Community and Youth Center
Garage Community and Youth Center - Mentoring - West Grove
The Garage provides tutoring, drop-in homework help, mentoring, service opportunities and recreational opportunities for middle and high school students.
122 Rosehill Avenue
West Grove, PA 19390
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm to 7:00pm; Friday 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Good Samaritan Services
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
Grace Youth and Family Foundation
Grace Youth and Family Foundation - Counseling Services
Christian faith-based nonprofit meeting the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of youth and their families with Multiple Programs including: YOUTH EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT: Children's Summer Program, Community Service Mentoring, Impressions of Grace, The Net Café, The Net Outreach Youth and Community Center, IdentoGo Identity Services, Underage Alcohol and Other Drugs Education Program, Local-Urban Missions Training Program, Youth Leadership Program, Youth and Family Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Testing, BENEVELENT SUPPORTS: Besor Brook Homeless Youth, Caring Cases Emergency Resources, Homeless Resources, THE BATTLEGROUND: Physical Training and Nutrition, Self Defense Training, Permit Parking
100 Center Avenue
Butler, PA 16001
Eligibility: Youth, Adults and their family members of all ages
Hours: Program Specific
Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s)
Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s) - Very Important People Program
The VIP program offers these teens individual counseling, group counseling, mentorship conflict resolution/anger management, life skills, and sexual and drug abuse prevention. We also offer teens cultural activities through Art Sanctuary performances. We sponsor a modern dance troupe, in which teens choreograph their own dance steps. They also express themselves through Hip Hop, poetry, rap and drawing. There is leadership training, job readiness training, and workshops in health.
2227 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19132
Greater Erie Community Action Committee
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
Guidance Center
Guidance Center - DuBois Office - Big Brothers Big Sisters
One to one mentoring between an adult volunteer matched with a youth. Case Workers support Big Brothers Big Sisters matches through regular contact to provide training, support, and facilitate group activities for matches and youth on the waiting list.
994 Beaver Drive
DuBois, PA 15801
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Guidance Center
Guidance Center - Smethport Office - Big Brothers Big Sisters
One to one mentoring between an adult volunteer matched with a youth. Case Workers support Big Brothers Big Sisters matches through regular contact to provide training, support, and facilitate group activities for matches and youth on the waiting list.
415 West Main Street
Suite 3
Smethport, PA 16749
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Guidance Center
Guidance Center - St. Marys Office - Big Brothers Big Sisters
One to one mentoring between an adult volunteer matched with a youth. Case Workers support Big Brothers Big Sisters matches through regular contact to provide training, support, and facilitate group activities for matches and youth on the waiting list.
1307 Bucktail Road
Saint Marys, PA 15857
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
HandUp Foundation
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
Hope Partnership for Education - High School Support Program
Our High School Support Program focuses on successfully transitioning students into quality high schools which meet their potential. It offers assistance in choosing and being accepted into high school, 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: Graduate Support Students must be a graduate of Hope's Middle School.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-7pm
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: Voluntary participation by women who are single and age 18 or older who are seeking change.
Hours: Call or visit web site for more information.
Human Services - Chester
Human Services - Peer Support Services
Certified Peer Specialists CPS provide supports to adults with serious and persistent mental illness who are living in the community. The CPS acts as a role model to engage individuals to become more actively involved in their own recovery. They encourage the use of Personal Medicine and work with individuals in the community and at home.
50 James Buchanan Drive
Thorndale, PA 19372
Hours: As needed
Huntingdon County Business Industry
Huntingdon County Business Industry
Provides business planning and counseling
, referrals and mentoring, workforce development
and financial options/counseling.
9136 William Penn Highway
Huntingdon, PA 16652
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
In His Eyes Outreach
In His Eyes Outreach - Mentoring Program
Mentoring 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
Indochinese-American Council
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
Indochinese-American Council - After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring - Logan/
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
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
Join Hands Ministry
Services provided:
- "Where to turn" referrals

- Limited direct financial assistance

- Financial planning

- Emergency heat response

- Automobile repair

- Furniture/household items/appliances/clothing/toiletries, etc

- Back to school and holiday assistance

- Guidance / Direct one-on-one mentoring

- Links to faith based counseling and Connect to community and church affiliation

- Life skill support

- Coordinate Medical transportation

- Volunteer opportunities
51 South Church Street
New Bloomfield , PA 17068
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
; Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00am to 1:00;
Friday through Sunday, Closed

Important Dates:
- Tuesday, July 13, 2021: Back 2 School Program Application opens
- Friday, Sept 24, 2021: Christmas Program Application opens
Joni and Friends Pennsylvania
Joni and Friends Pennsylvania
Services include:
-Support groups
-Wives Club, for women whose husbands are affected with a disability
-Parents with children with disabilities
-Singles with disabilities
-Couples with children 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
-Works with local congregations helping them develop programs for people affected by disability
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 Center
Joshua Group Center - Main Office
Offers educational support, job searching skills, GED certificate training, goal setting, PA drivers license training, and guidance in implementing skills necessary for independent living plans.
1442 Market Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
Eligibility: Ages 15 to 21
Hours: Call for information
Joshua Group Center
Joshua Group Center - J-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
JT Dorsey Foundation
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 for participants.
5901 Jonestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Eligibility: Youth ages 5 to 19
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm
Justice & Mercy, Inc.
Justice & Mercy, Inc.
Educates and informs the public at large, advocates cost-effective and practical reforms within the criminal justice system and by supports and encouraging wise public policy.

Networks with and supports other criminal justice organizations and encourage church and community outreach efforts by working to increase knowledge and understanding of public policy issues.

Provides care and aftercare for both offenders and their victims, as we work through mentoring, alternative sentencing and other programs in order to restore and rehabilitate.

Mentor training for ex-offenders
Educational forums/workshops
Prison tours
Legislative Issues
PO Box 187
Hopeland, PA 17533
Eligibility: Incarcerated individuals, ex-offenders, families of inmates
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Lacawac Sanctuary Environmental Education Center
Lacawac Sanctuary & Biological Field Station - YES - Youth Engaging Science
Programs provide opportunities for Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade students in to participate in hands-on environmental STEM education programs both in and out of school. Programs offered include Field Trips, Summer Camps, Classroom Learning, Peer Mentoring and Leadership Programs.
94 Sanctuary Road
Lake Ariel, PA 18436
Eligibility: Pre-K through 12th grade students.
Hours: Programs as scheduled.
Left Out Organization Program (L.O.O.P)
Left Out Organization Program (L.O.O.P)
Mentoring, leadership, educational curriculum, tutoring, physical activities, arts & crafts, spiritual guidance to at risk youth.
3139 Pennwood Road
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Eligibility: Youth ages 6 years to 18 years old
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Life Transforming Ministries
Life Transforming Ministries - New Mornings Reentry Services
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
Life's Choices - Relationship Mentoring - Hamburg
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
Life's Choices - Relationship Mentoring - Kutztown
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
Mental Health America of Lancaster County
Compeer Lancaster
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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
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
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
Mission Empower
Mission Empower - Youth ENVISION
A yearlong program where youth ages 14 through high school graduation learn how to be their own advocate, engage more fully with their high school to get the most out of their educational experience, and to prepare for a successful high school graduation career and/or college ready. 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 aged 14 to adult.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Mothers Against Teen Violence
Mothers Against Teen Violence
Mentors at-risk youth in Erie. Located in the Booker T. Washington Center.
1720 Holland Street
Erie, PA 16503
Eligibility: Call or visit the website for more information.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Erie County
NAMI - 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
Neighborhood First Program, Inc. - Bucks; PA
Neighborhood First Program, Inc - ASCEND
Accessing Skills, Competencies, Education via Networking and Development. Provides support to youth after returning home from an out-of-home placement. Includes assessment, mentoring, counseling, case management, and reintegration
1422 Bath Road
Bristol, PA 19007
Hours: Monday through Friday, 12:00pm to 9:00pm
New Life In Christ Fellowship
New Life In Christ Fellowship - The TIMS Training, Introspection, Mentoring, Service Program
The TIMS Training, Introspection, Mentoring, Service Program are for girls ages 5-18 emphasizing positive peer group involvement, acknowledges goal setting, career planning and community service.
One South Fifth Avenue
Coatesville, PA 19320
Northeast Community Center
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.



Open Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm to 5:00pm during school year when BASD is in session.





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.



Due to COVID-19, programs may have changed. Call to verify current programming.
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
Summer Camp: Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 3:00pm
Northern Tier Counseling
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
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
Office of Adult and Family Services, Delaware County
Office of Adult and Family Services - Family Center Program
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
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania - Parent to Parent Networking
Links families of children and adults with disabilities or special needs by providing peer support and mentoring
623 Elm Street

Tionesta , PA 15601
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Call for information
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania - Parent to Parent Networking
Links families of children and adults with disabilities or special needs by providing peer support and mentoring
17 East Eppley Drive
Carlisle, PA 17015
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Call for information
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania - Parent to Parent Networking
Links families of children and adults with disabilities or special needs by providing peer support and mentoring
316 Donohoe Road
Greensburg, PA 15601
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Call for information
Pathway To Recovery
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).
S.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: Open to all.
Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00am to 8:00pm,
Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Closed holidays
Paul W. Delauter Youth Center
Paul W. Delauter Youth Center
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)
Person Directed Supports, Inc.
Person Directed Supports, Inc. - Lehigh Valley Area
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, Inc. - Franklin County
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, Inc. - Lancaster
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, Inc. - York County
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
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 in the East Stroudsburg School District.
301 McConnell Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Providence Center
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
Rainbow's End Youth Services
Serves youth and families in the community by providing Spiritual Direction, Academic Assistance and Social Support to children and teenagers through their after-school and evening activities.




Programs Include:


- After School Programs: Monday through Friday, 3:00pm to 6:00pm

- Martial Arts: Monday, 6:00pm to 8:00pm


- Tutoring and homework help



Visit www.reys.org for more information and updates.
105 Fairview Street
Mount Joy, PA 17552
Eligibility: Youth ages 6-17 years currently attending school in 1st-12th grade
Hours: Office: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm
Programs: Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm to 8:00pm
Recovery InSight, Inc
Recovery InSight - Peer Support Program
Provides mobile Peer Support Services
1525 Oregon Pike
Suite 801
Lancaster, PA 17601
Eligibility: Adults 18 years and older diagnosed with serious mental illness. Youth ages 14 up to 18 diagnosed with serious emotional disturbance.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Recovery Partnership
Reflections
Whole-life recovery community for individual who are experiencing distress and feel that they would benefit form participation in a short term, 24 hour peer-to-peer supportive environment with others with lived-experience.
1360 Main Street
Hellertown, PA 18055
Eligibility: For individuals who are experiencing distress
Hours: 24/7
Regional Engagement Center (R.E.C.)
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
Roads to Recovery - Clarion Office - Certified Peer Specialist
Peer support workers promote recovery and resiliency through recovery oriented services that emphasize community integration for mental health members. Most services are provided on an individual basis however small groups may convene for wellness activities including WRAP classes.
214 South 7th Avenue
Clarion, PA 16214
Eligibility: An individual with a diagnosis with functional impairment and is medicaid funded, ages 14+.
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 8:00am to 8:00pm
RSVP Volunteers
RSVP - Youth Mentoring Program
Mentors are matched with children and youth to form ongoing one-on-one relationships that increase positive attitudes and behaviors in order to have greater school success.
901 East Eighth Avenue
Suite 200
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Eligibility: Residents of Montgomery County.
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:30am to 4:00pm
Ruth's Way
Ruth's Way
Provides consulting services to female youth ages 13-21. Utilizes Achievement Consultation to help girls to grow into successful women. Key areas of focus within this process are Family Development, Care Coordination, Life Coaching, Life Skills, Job Development, Job Readiness/Employment Soft Skills, Counseling and Mentoring for girls and their families.
11524 Frankstown Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
Eligibility: Female youth ages 11-17
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Salvation Army - Reading
Salvation Army Reading - Modelo One-To-One Mentoring
Pairs adults in 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 - Williamsport
Salvation Army Williamsport - Project Break Through Casemanagement Program
*COVID-19 UPDATES* As of 7/6/20 - Building not open to the public. Ring bell at front door - speaker system to communicate. Can call Monday through Friday from 9:00 - 4:00, we are closed from 12:00 - 1:00 for lunch.
questions please call the office at 570-326-9187.

A case management program that works to improve both the economic self-sufficiency and family stability of program participants. It encourages growth through:
-Setting realistic life-changing goals
-Offering classes tailored to meet needs such as financial planning, job skills, personal growth/self-esteem, and parentng
-Providing a mentor to support and encourage
-Sponsoring special family nights to reduce isolation and promote confidence
-Assisting families with arranging for child care, housing and transportation
-Aiding with spiritual development
457 Market Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Eligibility: -Parent(s) of at least one minor child
-No chemical dependency issues
-Motivated and willing to become self-sufficient
-Willing to make a minimum committment of one year
-Lycoming County resident
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to noon; 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region Worship and Service Center
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
Currently offering a School Day Enrichment Program due to COVID-19 and the need for children do have a safe space to do their school work virtually while their parents work.
506 South 29th Street
Harrisburg , PA 17104
Eligibility: Families from Harrisburg School District and Steelton/Highspire School District
Hours: Call for information
Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region Worship and Service Center
Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region Worship and Service Center- Spiritual Enrichment
Dinner and small group offered on a 6-week rotating basis covering a variety of topics which include, but are not limited to:
Marriage enrichment, parenting, self-defense, Bible study, overcoming addiction, Alpha (introduction to the Christian Faith)

**Call to see what current course offerings are. Childcare available for children ages 2-5 for parents who are participating in a small group. Youth groups also available for youth ages 6-15.
506 South 29th Street
Harrisburg , PA 17104
Eligibility: Families/Individuals
Hours: Call for information: Contact 717-233-6755
Shades of Greatness Inc, The LeSean McCoy Foundation
Shades of Greatness Inc, The LeSean McCoy Foundation
Provides Labor of Love scholarship program and ongoing services such as books, meal plans, clothing, dorm items, transportation and housing assistance. Offers Youth Workforce Development, Youth and Family Mentoring, Financial Literacy (FDIC) Money Smart Program, and Computer Literacy.

Shades of Greatness also serves as a direct resource for a person or family member who has ALS.
2200 North 3rd Street
Harrisburg, PA 17111
Eligibility: At-risk youth and those who has ALS, youth entering a higher educational institute
Hours: By appointment only
Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
Reentry & Individual/Family Services, Sustance Abuse Outpatient, Mentoring, Anger Management/Batters Intervention, Cognitive Behavioral, Employment Training, Parenting, Transitional Housing
2001 North Front Street
Building 2, Suite 321
Harrisburg, PA 17109
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Spark Philadelphia
Spark Philadelphia - Spark Program
Students participate in school and workplace-based fall Virtual Spark Labs where they work on 8 critical professional skills. In the spring, students are matched with mentors and they continue to work on their professional skills and complete an interest-driven project.
1501 Cherry Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Eligibility: Must attend one of Spark's partner schools: Mary McLeod Bethune, Tanner G. Duckrey, Boys Latin Charter Middle School, S. Weir Mitchell, Henry C. Lea, or Middle Year Alternative. Students must be nominated by school and receive parental consent.
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
- Prevention tools to deal with the issues of underge drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving and other destructive decisions.

It does this by providing the following activities:

- Designated Driver programs for underage young people
- Safe Rides programs
- Parties where alcohol is served under the supervision of or with the knowledge or consent of parents or other adults
- Drinking subject to passing a Breathalyzer test

Shop at the SADD online store for SADD apparel and accessories.
2413 North Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Eligibility: Middle school, high school and college
Hours: Call for information
Students Run Philly Style
Students Run Philly Style - Philadelphia; Citywide
The organization pairs volunteer mentors with students, aged 12-18, to inspire and train alongside them in pursuit of completing a half or full marathon (13.1/26.2 miles, respectively). The courage and effort required, the support of a mentor, and the thrill of its ultimate achievement results in a student who believes anything is possible.
1819 John F Kennedy Boulevard
Suite 480
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Program site times may vary.
Sullivan County Children & Youth Services
Sullivan County C & Y - 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
Teen Central - Youth Center
Provides an 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: Teenagers
Hours: Monday, 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Tuesday, 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Wednesday, 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Thursday, 6:30pm to 8:30pm
The Cooperage Project
Pop-Up Club - The Cooperage Project
After school program that brings hands-on learning opportunities for middle school students with
an emphasis on STEAM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics), explored through real-world
projects. Connects students with local businesses, artists, makers, educators, and professionals to share
knowledge and provide diverse learning experiences. Focuses on a rotating topic and activity at each club;
every day is something new to explore!
1030 Main Street
Honesdale, PA 18431
Eligibility: middle school students
Hours: After School Program - School Calendar - varies.
The Elevation Project
The Elevation Project - Youth program
Provides mentoring, therapeutic and life skill groups for young people (ages 8 to 18) in the juvenile justice system.
PO Box 26542
Philadelphia, PA 19141
Eligibility: Young people (ages 8 to 18) in the juvenile justice system.
The Program, It's About Change
The Program, It's About Change - York Office
Provides Housing Assistance, Family Reunification Services, Mentoring Services, and Workforce Development



Services to individuals who are returning home from a State Correctional Institute. Re-entrants who are on State Parole are eligible for the above-mentioned services and receive referrals from their Parole Agents.
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
The Program, It's About Change - Dauphin Office
Provides family reunification, housing assistance, mentoring, and workforce development services for individuals returning home from incarceration
1515 Derry Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Eligibility: Individuals who are returning home to the community from incarceration - Adults
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 4:30pm; Friday: by appointment
Threshold Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
Threshold Rehabilitation Services - 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
To Our Children's Future with Health
To Our Children's Future with Health - Career Mentoring Program
Career Mentoring Program provides an opportunity for community youth to experience what it is like in the adult world. The program matches youth with adult mentors in field of interest.
4035 Powelton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104
To Our Children's Future with Health
To Our Children's Future with Health - After School and Summer Program
We're more than just "homework help." In addition to academic assistance, our after school and summer programs provide:
- Computer Skills
- Recreational Activities
- Job Readiness and Life Skills
- A Productive, Safe Environment
- Mentoring
- Positive Adult/Youth Relationships
- Opportunities to build life-long friendships and
- After School Snacks and a Hot Dinner for Every Child in Every Program!
4035 Powelton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA - Camp Hill (55 Utley Drive) - 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
United Methodist Home for Children, Inc. A Board of Child Care Program
The Read Aloud/ Sponsorship Mentoring Program
READ ALOUD: Help a child academically while building a positive social relationship. Commitment of one hour per week.

SPONSORSHIP: Be a positive role model and help a UMHC child participate in positive activities by giving him/her a chance to "get away" from the daily demands place upon them in the UMHC therapeutic environment.
Commitment of one contact per month.
5120 Simpson Ferry Road
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
Valley Youth House
Valley Youth House - Mentoring Program - Philadelphia
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
Valley Youth House - Mentoring Program - Chester
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
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: Ages 3-18 (18 through 21 if still in school) who have a mental health diagnosis and are waiting for or are receiving behavioral health funded services can receive in-home respite



Northampton County: Ages 3 to 18 with a mental health diagnosis



Daycares: Ages 2 and up in Lehigh and Northampton counties who need 1:1 assistance
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Venango County Department of Human Services
Venango County Department of Human Services - Main Complex - 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
Washington Health System
Washington Health System - Teen Outreach
Provides many youth focused services, including the Pregnant and Parenting Teen program, ECHO (Educate Children for Healthy Outcomes) an educational mentoring program, POWER (sexuality education in schools), Peer Education, and the Common Ground Teen Center.
410 N. Main Street
Washington, PA 15301
Hours: Call for information
WellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
Philhaven - 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
Why Not Prosper - Pre-and Post Release Mentoring
Provides pre-release mentoring services. They arrange for workshops that educate incarcerated women about child custody issues, employment, housing, health care and incarcerated women in Pennsylvania prisons and jails to restore a sense of hope and dignity, and empower them to make positive and responsible life choices.


717 East Chelten Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Eligibility: Those soon to be released
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
Wyoming County Special Needs Association
Wyoming County Special Needs Association - Companion Program
Companion program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism.
This 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.
Services offered in conjunction with County MH/DS
These services are provided in accordance with the individuals ISP.
636 State Route 29 North
Tunkhannock, PA 18657
Eligibility: Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities/Autism.
Hours: Call office and leave message for a call back.
Yokefellow Prison Ministry - Lehigh Valley
Yokefellow Prison Ministry - Lehigh Valley
Help at-risk youths, inmates and ex-offenders yoke themselves to Christ for salvation and changed lives.




Assists returning citizens in finding a home church, jobs, housing, mentoring and spiritual advising. Write letters to those incarcerated in county, state and federal correctional institutions.



Volunteer training in spring and fall

no physical address
Eligibility: Individuals being discharged from correctional institutions or ready to be released
Hours: 24/7
Board meeting: Third Thursday every other month, five times a year
YoungLives East Hills
YoungLives East Hills - Mentoring Programs
Faith-based mentoring program that connects teen moms with adult women mentors. In addition to mentoring, provides a peer support club for teen moms, childbirth classes, and other social activities. May be able to provide baby clothes for young mothers involved in the program.
501 Jefferson Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
Eligibility: Teen mothers and adult women who would like to be mentors.
Hours: Vary, check website for upcoming events
YWCA Carlisle
YWCA Carlisle - Adult Classes and Community Engagement
Connect with Community and Connnect with Self. Multiple programs offering opportunities for you to grow and serve.
  • Support groups for those experiencing health challenges.
    • Wellness classes on Yoga, Meditation and Quigong.
    • Mentoring and volunteer opportunities with students.
  • 301 G Street
    Carlisle , PA 17013
    Eligibility: Cumberland County Residents. Some opportunities are for Y membership holders and others are open to the community
    YWCA Lancaster
    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.

    Sexual violence prevention programs include:
    * Personal Safety: An elementary program that defines age-appropriate boundaries, discusses different types of touches, empowers children and identifies adults allies.
    * Healthy Relationships: A middle, high school and adult program that defines harassing behaviors, differentiates flirting from sexual harassment, and teaches healthy relationships.
    * Relationships and Dating Violence: A high school to adult level program that defines warning signs of dating violence, introduces dynamics of power and control and identifies the qualities of healthy relationships.
    * The Red Zone: A high school to adult program that defines warning signs of dating violence, introduces dynamics of power and control and identifies the qualities of healthy relationships.
    * Sexual Assault 101: A high school to adult level program that defines rape and clarifies consent, examines cultural rape myths, and introduces bystander prevention skills/men as allies.
    * Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A high school to adult level program that defines sexual harassment in the workplace, teaches proven techniques to respond appropriately and defines your rights and legal requirements.
    * Mandated Reporter Training (Act 126) available for school districts, personnel or other organizations that come into contact with children.

    Support groups include:
    * Girl Power: Weekly program for pre and adolescent girls aimed to ease the transition between the last year of elementary school and middle school; also focuses on truancy, drug and alcohol prevention, and healthy self-esteem.
    * TechGYRLS After School Group: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program for girls ages 9 to 14 years

    Summer camps include:
    * TechGYRLS: An elementary and middle school age summer camp for girls geared toward encouraging girls to be excited about science, technology, engineering, math, and the trades. Girls participate in programs that focus on team building, self awareness/self esteem, workplace skills and business etiquette.
    110 North Lime Street
    Lancaster, PA 17602
    Eligibility: School age girls
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 7:00pm
    Abington Township Police Department
    Abington Police Department Police Athletic League (PAL)
    AchieveAbility
    AchieveAbility - People Going Places
    Adams County Economic Education Foundation
    Mentor Program
    Alternatives in Community Treatment
    Alternatives in Community Treatment - Companion Mentor Program
    AMiracle4Sure
    AMiracle4Sure - Dauphin
    AMiracle4Sure
    AMiracle4Sure - Juniata
    Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry
    Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry - Child and Parent Place (CAPP)
    Barnstone Art for Kids
    Barnstone Art for Kids - Power Art Series - Chester; Phoenixville
    Beacon Light
    Beacon Light - Forest/Warren County Outpatient Services - Peer Support Services
    Beacon Light
    Beacon Light - Main Office - Peer Support Services
    Berwick Area YMCA
    Berwick YMCA - Reach and Rise Youth Mentoring
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bucks County - Options
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh - Enroll a Child
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh - Enroll a Child
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County - Mentoring Program
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berk County - TEEN
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    Big Brothers Big Sisters NEPA
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region - Community-based Program
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
    Big Brothers Big Sisters - Independence Region - Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
    Big Brothers Big Sisters - Youth Mentoring - Montgomery County
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Independence Region
    Big Brothers Big Sisters - Mentoring Program
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region - Fayette
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties
    Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Twin Tiers
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Twin Tiers - Bradford County
    Big Impact Group of Schuylkill County, Inc.
    Big Impact Group of Schuylkill County, Inc.
    Black Women's Policy Center
    Black Women's Policy Center - Life Skills Training and Mentoring
    Boro Women and Family Services
    Boro Women and Family Services - Pregnancy Support Services
    Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg, Inc.
    Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg, Inc.
    Brandons Forever Home
    Brandons Forever Home - Mentoring
    Bridge of Hope National
    Bridge of Hope Bux-Mont - Family and Financial Stability Program
    Brighter Horizon Foundation
    Brighter Horizon Foundation
    Butler County Family YMCA
    Butler County Family YMCA - Recreational Activites
    Camp Compass Academy
    Camp Compass Academy
    Carecheckers, LLC
    Monitored Check-In
    Caring Place Youth Development Center
    Caring Place Youth Development - Mentoring Program
    CenClear
    CenClear - Certified Peer Specialist - Mentoring
    Central Behavioral Health
    Central Behavioral Health - Certified Peer Specialist
    Centre County Youth Service Bureau
    Centre County Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Chester County Futures
    Chester County Futures - Youth Enrichment
    Children's Aid Society in Clearfield County
    Children's Aid Society in Clearfield County - Youth Mentoring
    Christian Churches United
    HELP Ministries - Mentor and Mentor Support
    Christian Life Skills
    Christian Life Skills - Mentoring Program (CLSMP)
    Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry
    Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry - Project MENTOR
    Christ's Home
    Christ's Home - Transitional Living Program
    City Year Philadelphia
    City Year Philadelphia - AmeriCorps Service
    Communities that Care of Greater Downingtown
    Communities that Care of Greater Downingtown- After School Mentoring Program
    Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County
    Community Action Partnership - Navigation
    Community Bike Works
    Community Bike Works - Carlisle Street
    Community Bike Works
    Community Bike Works - Madison Street
    Community Services Group
    Community Services Group - Peer Support - Huntingdon/Mifflin/Juniata
    Community Services Group
    Community Services Group - Peer Support - Schuylkill
    Compeer of Lebanon County
    Compeer of Lebanon County
    Concerned Black Men - Philadelphia Chapter
    Concerned Black Men - Boy to Manhood Program
    Connecting2Tomorrow
    Connecting2Tomorrow - Mentoring Program
    Cornerstone Community Ministries
    Cornerstone Youth Center
    Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program
    Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program - Main Offices - Certified Peer Support
    CrossNet Ministries
    CrossNet Ministries - Youth
    Crossroads Foundation
    Crossroads Foundation
    Crossroads Foundation
    Crossroads Foundation
    Cumberland County Adult Reentry Program CCARP
    Cumberland County Adult Reentry Program (CCARP)
    Dickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - Peer Support Services
    Disability Empowerment Center
    Disability Empowerment Center - Lancaster
    Educational Opportunity Centers, Inc.
    Virtual Services
    Educational Opportunity Centers, Inc.
    Virtual Services
    Educational Opportunity Centers, Inc.
    Virtual Services
    Erie Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    Erie County Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Peer Support Program
    Excentia Human Services
    Excentia - Out and About Program
    Factory Ministries
    Factory Ministries - Factory Youth Center
    Families First
    Families First - Mentoring Programs
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society - Carone Center - Youth Connection
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society - Titusville - Youth Connection
    Family Services of NW PA
    Family Services of NWPA (FSNWPA) - Big Brothers and Big Sisters
    fathering.me
    fathering.me
    First Tee Lehigh Valley and Berks
    First Tee Lehigh Valley and Berks
    Friends of the Poor
    Friends of the Poor - Big Friends Little Friends
    Garage Community and Youth Center
    Garage Community and Youth Center - Tutoring and Mentoring
    Garage Community and Youth Center
    Garage Community and Youth Center - Mentoring - West Grove
    Good Samaritan Services
    Good Samaritan Services - Housing Support Services
    Grace Youth and Family Foundation
    Grace Youth and Family Foundation - Counseling Services
    Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s)
    Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s) - Very Important People Program
    Greater Erie Community Action Committee
    Greater Erie Community Action Committee - Getting Ahead
    Guidance Center
    Guidance Center - DuBois Office - Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Guidance Center
    Guidance Center - Smethport Office - Big Brothers Big Sisters
    Guidance Center
    Guidance Center - St. Marys Office - Big Brothers Big Sisters
    HandUp Foundation
    HandUp Foundation - Individual Support
    Hope Partnership for Education
    Hope Partnership for Education - High School Support Program
    House of Hope
    House of Hope
    Human Services - Chester
    Human Services - Peer Support Services
    Huntingdon County Business Industry
    Huntingdon County Business Industry
    In His Eyes Outreach
    In His Eyes Outreach - Mentoring Program
    Indochinese-American Council
    Indochinese-American Council - After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring
    Indochinese-American Council
    Indochinese-American Council - After-School Tutoring, Internship, Counseling, and Mentoring - Logan/
    Inner City Missions
    Inner City Missions - Mentoring Program
    Join Hands Ministry
    Join Hands Ministry
    Joni and Friends Pennsylvania
    Joni and Friends Pennsylvania
    Joshua Group Center
    Joshua Group Center - Main Office
    Joshua Group Center
    Joshua Group Center - J-Crew After School Program
    JT Dorsey Foundation
    JT Dorsey Foundation
    Lacawac Sanctuary Environmental Education Center
    Lacawac Sanctuary & Biological Field Station - YES - Youth Engaging Science
    Left Out Organization Program (L.O.O.P)
    Left Out Organization Program (L.O.O.P)
    Life Transforming Ministries
    Life Transforming Ministries - New Mornings Reentry Services
    Life's Choices
    Life's Choices - Relationship Mentoring - Hamburg
    Life's Choices
    Life's Choices - Relationship Mentoring - Kutztown
    Mental Health America of Lancaster County
    Compeer Lancaster
    Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Chester County Compeer
    Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Compeer in Philadelphia
    Mission Empower
    Mission Empower - Youth ENVISION
    Mothers Against Teen Violence
    Mothers Against Teen Violence
    National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Erie County
    NAMI - Peer-to-Peer Program
    Neighborhood First Program, Inc. - Bucks; PA
    Neighborhood First Program, Inc - ASCEND
    New Life In Christ Fellowship
    New Life In Christ Fellowship - The TIMS Training, Introspection, Mentoring, Service Program
    Northeast Community Center
    Northeast Community Center - Youth Services
    Northern Tier Counseling
    Northern Tier Counseling - Peer Support Services
    Northern Tier Counseling
    Northern Tier Counseling - Peer Support Services
    Office of Adult and Family Services, Delaware County
    Office of Adult and Family Services - Family Center Program
    Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania
    Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania - Parent to Parent Networking
    Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania
    Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania - Parent to Parent Networking
    Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania
    Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania - Parent to Parent Networking
    Pathway To Recovery
    Pathway to Recovery - Education and Prevention
    Paul W. Delauter Youth Center
    Paul W. Delauter Youth Center
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports, Inc. - Lehigh Valley Area
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports, Inc. - Franklin County
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports, Inc. - Lancaster
    Person Directed Supports, Inc.
    Person Directed Supports, Inc. - York County
    Pinebrook Family Answers
    Compeer of the Lehigh Valley
    Pocono Mountains United Way
    Pocono Mountains United Way - S.M.I.L.E. (Support, Mentor, Include, Learn, Engage)
    Providence Center
    Providence Center - Teen Leaders Program
    Rainbow's End Youth Services
    Rainbow's End Youth Services
    Recovery InSight, Inc
    Recovery InSight - Peer Support Program
    Recovery Partnership
    Reflections
    Regional Engagement Center (R.E.C.)
    R.E.C. - Mentoring Program
    Roads to Recovery
    Roads to Recovery - Clarion Office - Certified Peer Specialist
    RSVP Volunteers
    RSVP - Youth Mentoring Program
    Ruth's Way
    Ruth's Way
    Salvation Army - Reading
    Salvation Army Reading - Modelo One-To-One Mentoring
    Salvation Army - Williamsport
    Salvation Army Williamsport - Project Break Through Casemanagement Program
    Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region Worship and Service Center
    Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region Worship and Service Center - After School Program
    Shades of Greatness Inc, The LeSean McCoy Foundation
    Shades of Greatness Inc, The LeSean McCoy Foundation
    Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
    Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
    Spark Philadelphia
    Spark Philadelphia - Spark Program
    Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
    Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
    Students Run Philly Style
    Students Run Philly Style - Philadelphia; Citywide
    Sullivan County Children & Youth Services
    Sullivan County C & Y - Independent Living Program
    Teen Central
    Teen Central - Youth Center
    The Cooperage Project
    Pop-Up Club - The Cooperage Project
    The Program, It's About Change
    The Program, It's About Change - York Office
    The Program, It's About Change
    The Program, It's About Change - Dauphin Office
    Threshold Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
    Threshold Rehabilitation Services - Peer Support Services
    To Our Children's Future with Health
    To Our Children's Future with Health - Career Mentoring Program
    United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA
    United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA - Camp Hill (55 Utley Drive) - Family Support Services
    United Methodist Home for Children, Inc. A Board of Child Care Program
    The Read Aloud/ Sponsorship Mentoring Program
    Valley Youth House
    Valley Youth House - Mentoring Program - Philadelphia
    Valley Youth House
    Valley Youth House - Mentoring Program - Chester
    Valley Youth House
    Valley Youth House - Child Mentoring Program (CMP)
    Venango County Department of Human Services
    Venango County Department of Human Services - Main Complex - Life Coach Program
    Washington Health System
    Washington Health System - Teen Outreach
    WellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    Philhaven - Peer Support
    Why Not Prosper
    Why Not Prosper - Pre-and Post Release Mentoring
    Wyoming County Special Needs Association
    Wyoming County Special Needs Association - Companion Program
    YoungLives East Hills
    YoungLives East Hills - Mentoring Programs
    YWCA Carlisle
    YWCA Carlisle - Adult Classes and Community Engagement
    YWCA Lancaster
    YWCA Lancaster - Empowerment Center (Prevention Education and Support Groups)
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