Mentoring ::

To find a mentoring program in your Arizona County:

Mentoring for Educational Success
General Mentoring for Foster Youth and Alumni (available if you are over age 18)
General Mentoring for Foster Youth Under Age 18

Arizona Mentoring Programs Focused on Educational Success

  • Southern Arizona Foster Youth Mentoring Program
    • Pima Community College
    • 520-206-7260
    • You do NOT have to be a student at a Pima Community College to receive a help!
  • Arizona College Scholarship Foundation
    • Address: 1430 E. Missouri Avenue, B-205
      • Phoenix, AZ 85014
    • 602-636-1850
    • College scholarships, on-campus support, and mentoring provided
    • Students MUST be recommended by an ACSF partner organization, call for more information
  • Nina M. Pulliam Scholars
  • Arizonans for Children, Inc.
    • Address: 2435 East La Jolla Drive, Tempe, AZ 85282
    • 480-838-0085
    • Offers mentoring and tutoring designed to help school aged foster youths set and achieve academic and personal goals.
Mentoring for Foster Youth and Alumni OVER Age 18
  • Mentor Program is the national online mentoring program for foster teens. Run by the Orphan Foundation of America.
  • Phoenix Workforce Connection
    • Phoenix: 3406 N. 51st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85031, 623-247-3304
    • Phoenix: 9801 N. 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85020, 602-861-3304
    • Phoenix: 200 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85003, (602) 262-6776
    • Leadership development and mentoring program
Mentoring for Foster Youth and Alumni UNDER Age 18
  • Big Brother, Big Sister matches children between the ages of 6 and 18 with mentors who are more like friends. With your Big Brother or Sister, you could shoot hoops, play a board game, share a pizza, take a walk in the park, go shopping, or just hang out and talk.
  • In My Shoes, Inc.
    • Address: 4710 E. 29th Street, Building #17, Tucson, Az. 85711
    • (520) 747-1533
    • Youth in foster care are mentored by foster care alumni
  • ASU Law School Youth Mentoring Board
    • James Cool: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    • Kristine Reich: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    • Mentoring and outreach to underserved youth, including many trial advocacy opportunities
  • Girls Education Project
    • 602-635-6215
    • Life skills and help with decision making through mentoring, role models, coaches, and peer discussions
  • Family Unification Support Services 
    • Address: 8433 N. Black Canyon Hwy, Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85021
    • 602-218-6360
  • Aid for Adoption of Special Kids-AASK
    • Address: 2320 N 20th St, Phoenix, AZ 85006
    • 602-254-2275
    • 1-800-568-2614

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