Youth Mentoring Program

First Nations Community HealthSource’s Youth Mentoring Program

Focused on facilitating a supportive mentor relationship between a caring adult and a child ages 4 to 18 years within the Albuquerque area.

A mentor’s commitment can change a child’s life and promote positive development with cultural awareness in many ways including:

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Increased school attendance

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Increased self-esteem and confidence

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Higher grades

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Stronger and healthier family and community relationships

Explore the adventure of mentoring! Meet new people. Give back to your community. Be a role model to a child and have fun!!!

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Becoming a Mentor

Becoming a mentor is simple. You must be willing to make a year’s commitment to spend a minimum of one hour per week with a child and participate in at least one group mentoring activity per month. You will participate in a mentor training and our staff will contact you every two weeks to see how you and your mentee are doing. You will also be invited to participate in events and activities for you and your mentee and you will receive our monthly newsletter.

Becoming a Mentee

Becoming a mentee is simple. Your child must be willing to make a year’s commitment to spend a minimum of one hour per week with a mentor and participate in at least one group mentoring activity per month. You and your child will participate in mentee training and our staff will contact you every two weeks to see how you, your child and your mentor are doing. You will also be invited to participate in events and activities for you and your mentor and you will receive our monthly newsletter.

Case Managers: 505.248.2969 Brianna Kee, briana.kee@fnch.org and Anuar Alvarez, anuar.alvarez@fnch.org

If you are interested in becoming a mentor or mentee, click to download the Youth Mentoring Program forms

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