This report, the third derived from research out of the National Faith-Based Initiative (NFBI), examines how faith-based organizations designed and implemented mentoring programs for high-risk youth. Focusing on four NFBI sites (in the Bronx and Brooklyn, NY; Baton Rouge, LA; and Philadelphia, PA), the report takes up three key questions: How were the best practices of community-based mentoring programs adapted to address the specific needs of faith-based mentors and high-risk youth? How did the organizations draw on the faith community to recruit volunteers, and who came forward? And finally, how successful were the mentoring relationshipshow long did they last and what potential did they show?
Title: The Promise and Challenge of Mentoring High-Risk Youth: Findings from the National Faith-Based Initiative
Publication date 2004-03-30
Publication Year 2004
, Tracey A. Hartmann
North America / United States (Northeastern) / New York / Bronx County / New York City (Bronx)
, North America / United States (Northeastern) / New York / Kings County / New York City (Brooklyn)
, North America / United States (Southern) / Louisiana
, North America / United States (Gulf Coast Region)
, North America / United States (Northeastern) / Pennsylvania / Philadelphia County / Philadelphia
, mentoring relationships
, risk youth
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