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Mentoring Programs

Center for Applied Research Solutions (CARS)

CARS is funded by the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs to provide mentoring technical assistance and training to community and school-based organizations in California.

Tools for Mentoring Adolescents

Mentoring Partnership of Minnesota, Search Institute

This resource was created to support and strengthen relationships between mentors and mentees and to help community organizations recruit mentors to work with adolescents.

Delaying Second Births Among Adolescent Mothers: A Randomized, Controlled Trial of a Home-Based Mentoring Program

American Academy of Pediatrics

This American Academy of Pediatrics study examines whether home-based interventions are effective in reducing rapid repeat births (second birth within two years of first birth) among low income, bl

SAMHSA's Co-Occurring Center for Excellence

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

This Web site links agencies, states, communities, and providers to technical, informational, and training resources regarding the adoption of evidence-based practices in systems and programs that

MENTOR/National Mentoring Partnership

Mentor is a private nonprofit organization that builds mentoring infrastructure by supporting state mentoring partnerships, produces and disseminates research on mentoring through the National Ment

National Mentoring Center

Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory

The National Mentoring Center (NMC) is a project of the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, Oregon. It provides such services as the following:

What Works: Programs for Teens

This addition to the Child Trend's "What works" series, provides information on specific types of programs designed to improve child and adolescent development.

Across Ages

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Across Ages is a mentoring program that pairs adult mentors over age 50 with youth ages 9 to 13. The goal of the program is to enhance the resiliency of children in order to promote positive development and prevent involvement in high-risk behaviors.