Our mentors have the opportunity to build healthy relationships with young people eager for adult guidance, and have a positive impact on their lives. The “collective mentoring” approach rather than the traditional one-on-one model was developed to ensure relationships with the kids are consistent and long-term. Our mentors are strong role models and caring advocates who provide life-changing support and unconditional caring and acceptance.
Do you know a child between the ages of 11 and 13 who has been separated from their parent due to incarceration, death, divorce, ICE Detention, foster care?
Parents/Guardians, caregivers, teachers, counselors, or social workers can initiate the enrollment process. Children may be enrolled in Village of Promise at any time during the year.
Village of Promise partners with individuals, organizations, and businesses throughout San Diego to deliver services to our participants. Ways you can join with us:
Complete the form and we will be in touch to guide you on more ways you can get involved. Join Now!
Below are links to resources in support of youth impacted by the trauma of being separated from a parent: