We are in desperate need of mentors for both our programs. Mentoring is for someone that has a strong pull to make a very active difference in the life of one or more juvenile or youthful offenders. Our mentors are encouraged to meet with the young person one time weekly in addition to staying connected via phone or email.

Mentors participating in the Bill Johnson program will speak one time weekly via video phone and write letters. After release the mentors are encouraged to meet weekly after the young person is re-established in their community. During the transition period, mentors may need to be somewhat more available to help them reach the necessary resources to get back on their feet.

If you’d like to sign up to be a mentor, fill out the Mentoring Form, and email a scanned copy to

To learn more about being a mentor, fill out the form below.

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