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Youth Education / Mentoring



Youth Education / Mentoring

*While we make every effort to keep this information up to date we suggest you call the organization to confirm
Organization Address Phone Number Hours Services Offered Referral Type Additional Information
Ada Jenkins Center 212 Gamble Street, Charlotte, NC 704-896-0471 by appt only Provides career counseling, job readiness, job placement, life skills, job skills training, money management and credit counseling Ada Jenkins Center. Programs include a Computer Center, After School Tutoring, Mobile and in office Medical and Dental Clinics, and food pantry. Some financial aid offered may be for paying utilities, rent, clothing, furniture and household goods. self valid form of ID and proof of address such as mail, utility bill
Behailu Academy 451 E 36th St (980) 224-8854 Afterschool hours Afterschool program for teens. Transportation provided for Garinger, Cochrane and Eastway
Bethlehem Center Main Phone Number: 704-375-1417

Head Start : 704-333-0203

Out of School Time: 704-371-7426

Early Childhood Development Program, After school program with tutoring and mentoring, and Scholarship Fund. Social Worker or Partner agency
Big Brothers Big Sisters 3801 E. Independence Blvd., Suite 101, Charlotte, NC 28205 704-910-1301 Support and mentoring program where children of single parents are matched with role models who provide support and nurturing for extended periods of time Enroll
Boys To Men Foundation 704-858-3790 Boys To Men Foundation believes that education is a key element to
becoming a man, and just as importantly, a productive citizen. The Boys To Men Foundation believes that family is a necessary component in the development of a young male’s transition into manhood. The Boys To Men Foundations believes that by supporting the community in a variety of outreach programs this will provide a strong sense of belonging vital to becoming a productive member of society.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte 1123 S Church St
Charlotte NC 28203
704-370-3262 Food Pantry –
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 – 10 a.m.Call for other services
Counseling, Pregnancy Support, Food Pantry, Immigration services, and Refugee and Language Assistance (case management, afterschool, employment and housing assistance, interpretation) Self
Communities in Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg 601 E. 5th Street, Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-335-0601 Helps young people stay in school and prepare for life by connecting them to the resources they need to be successful; includes tutoring and mentoring, cultural and volunteer activities, healthcare and counseling, parent involvement workshops, teen parent programs, and college access/ career services program) Parents interested in their child participating in CIS must make a referral to the CIS school-based site coordinator. (For a list of CMS schools that currently offer CIS, please see Schools We Serve.)
Girls on the Run 704-333-2566 A non-profit organization that combines interactive curriculum and running to inspire self-respect and healthy lifestyles for pre-teen girls ages 3rd-8th grade
Males Place Mecklenburg County Health Dept.
2845 Beatties Ford Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28216
980-314-9485 Male Involvement Program Hours: 8AM-5PM M-F, please call for appointment 6PM-8PM, aims to provide life skills and other help to 12-18-year-olds so they will develop into responsible adults. We provide comprehensive and preventive health educational programs, enrichment experiences and resources necessary for appropriate manhood development. Self
McKinney Vento Act 4421 Stuart Andrew Blvd., 5th Floor
Charlotte, NC 28217
980-343-1077 If you are living in the following situations your school-aged child may qualify for for certain rights and protections:
doubled-up housing with other families or friends due to hardship;
runaway/homeless youth shelters (even if parents invite the youth home);
hotels or motels;
shelters, including domestic violence shelters;
transitional housing shelters;
cars, abandoned buildings parks, the streets or other public spaces;
campgrounds or inadequate trailer homes
Contact for services or contact the school Social Worker
One 7 Ministries
Urban Promise Charlotte Physical Address:
6210 Old Pineville Road
Charlotte, NC 28217Mailing Address:
5214 Murrayhill Road
Charlotte, NC 28210
301-325-9471 Afterschool, Street Leaders Program and Summer Camps

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