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  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

    Agency: Oasis Counseling International

    Counseling services for individuals and families, including play therapy for children.  Telehealth services to Norfolk office include medication management and therapy.Family support services.Drug and alcohol evaluations.Drug and alcohol intensive outpatient programs for adults and adolescents.Mentoring program.Medication management. 

  • One to One Mentoring

    Agency: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Johnson County

    Helps children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with mentors that have a measurable impact on youth.

  • One on One Mentoring Project

    Agency: Mason City Youth Task Force

    Provides youth (kindergarten through 12th grade) with a positive role model (mentor).

  • Mentoring Services

    Agency: Hope2Offer Student Services

    HOPE2OFFER is a faith based non-profit designed to assist central Iowa families and students through counseling, sports, mentoring services and community projects.

  • Mentoring Services

    Agency: Hillcrest Family Services

    Pairing adults with boys and girls ages 5-15, and sharing activities they mutually enjoy, building character and  understanding and stronger communities.

  • CollegeBound

    Agency: YWCA Ames-ISU

    Mentoring program for Ames High School female identifying students.

  • Long-Term Transitional Mentoring Program

    Agency: Genesis Personal Development Center, Inc.

    Long-term transitional mentoring program for victims of domestic violence who have chosen to leave their abuser. Participants engage in program requirements that enable them to refine life skills and maintain employment. The goal is that participants become empowered and independent, gaining the ability to survive and also thrive as productive memb...

  • Mentoring Programs

    Agency: Heart of Iowa Big Brothers Big Sisters

    Adult to child one to one mentoring program. There is a school mentoring program and a community based program.

  • Training and Consulting

    Agency: MENTOR Nebraska

    Offers a wide range of training and consulting services to help youth-serving programs, schools, nonprofits, government organizations, and companies gain the support and resources they need to provide high quality mentoring experiences. Specializes in providing support around the best practices of mentoring, DEI, trauma informed care, social emotio...

  • GrandFriends for Grassroots Change

    Agency: Center for Holistic Development, Inc.

    Mentoring program for African American young adults ages 19-30. These young people are matched to a "seasoned" adult to assist them with life's transitions. Mentors make a one-year commitment to help young people achieve their goals, problem solve and provide a listening ear.  

  • Mentoring Services

    Agency: Community Youth Concepts

    The Mentor Advantage Program provides career-based mentoring for middle and high school students in Polk County.

  • Behavioral Health Services

    Agency: Boys Town

    Long term residential placement for youth 10-18 years of age.  Outpatient substance abuse treatment and therapy services available for youth placed in the long-term residential program.Behavioral health services for youth 5-18 years of age depending on the program or service.Volunteer mentoring program for 3rd through 12th grade in math or reading ...

  • SchoolConnect and CareerConnect

    Agency: MentoringWorks, Inc.

    SchoolConnect matches elementary school students (K-5th grade) who may be experience challenges at home or at school with a mentor from area high schools and colleges. Mentees and Mentors meet once a week for 30-45 minutes during the school year. Matches are encouraged to be creative together and do activities that they both enjoy with an emphasis ...

  • Community Based Mentoring

    Agency: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Siouxland

    Mentoring program opportunities for children ages 6 years old to 13 years old. Mentors need to be 18 years old to volunteer.Big Brothers Big Sisters of Siouxland creates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Our vision is that all youth achieve their full potential.Community Based (at least 12 m...

  • Mentoring Program

    Agency: Teammates Mentoring Program of Hastings

    The TeamMates Mission is to provide adult mentoring relationships to facilitate a positive impact in the lives of the youth in the areas where it operates.  This mentoring occurs strictly in the school system through weekly meetings. 

  • Youth Mentoring

    Agency: Helping Services for Youth and Families

    Partners youth ages 5-16 with caring adults who can help them achieve their highest potential. 

  • Youth Leadership Academy

    Agency: Dream Center, The

    Works to find creative ways to respond to complex issues affecting young men and women and assist them in overcoming obstacles hindering their educational experiences. The academy provides youth with individual, group, and family counseling to address issues at school and at home, teaches students how to develop self-respect, respect for others, an...

  • Youth Development Program - Columbus

    Agency: Youth for Christ USA

    Teen Moms program provides mentoring and other services to help teen mothers reach self-sufficiency.Young Dads program.Youth guidance programs.Anger management.GAPS (Group for Adolescents Providing Support).

  • Youth Development Programs

    Agency: Omaha Young Life

    Faith-based organization that is interested in reaching every teen (junior high through college) with the message of hope. This comes by meeting kids where they are and developing a relationship with them and showing them a life full of adventure, excitement, and meaning.Faith-based weekly clubs for junior and senior high students.Leadership traini...

  • Y-Winners

    Agency: Two Rivers YMCA

    Mentoring program for fifth and sixth-graders, emphasizing character development, social responsibility, and setting goals for the future.  Participants are recommended by school counselors, and students are transported from their schools to the Y and various sites in the community.

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