Listings in Type of Program (School-based, Community, etc.)
These pertain to specific types of programs, for example, a school based mentoring program.
The Junior Leadership Program is geared towards youth entering 8th grade in the fall.
28 Cutler Street
Stonington, Connecticut 6378
This organization provides mentoring services through their three programs: Project 4 Success (Middle School Program), Ready 4 the World (High School Program), and Summer Leadership Program.
P.O. Box 1907
Groton, Connecticut 06340
One On One Mentoring is an after school program that provides an opportunity for youth to build the life skills needed to make positive choices and function in healthy ways.
91 West Street
Danbury, Connecticut 6810
Primary focus is general academic support, social/character development, school to work preparedness and juvenile justice.
455 Wintergreen Ave
New Haven, Connecticut 06515
EXPECT program has a team review data to determine which scholars are in need of additional interventions, and then collaborates to set a plan in place the addresses each area of need.
1 Bulkeley Place
New London, Connecticut 6320
Ascend serves youth between the ages of 12-18 that have been defined by the school/parent/guardian/ social worker as at risk of dropping out and/or entering/involved with the juvenile justice system.
34 Maple Avenue
Windsor, Connecticut 06095
A Mentor Program would be focused around organized events where middle school students would be partnered with high school students or community members.
Preston Town Hall
389 Route 2
Preston, Connecticut 06365
The Mission of DSABC is to Help Danbury Public School Students Achieve Personal and Academic Success.
63 Beaver Brook Road
Danbury, Connecticut 06810