Mentorship and Support
24 Hour Youth and Family Help Line: (503) 233-8111
Big Brother/ Big Sister
Matches kids with a role model that shares similar hobbies, offering positive support, and assisting with homework, and sharing activities together.
Boys and Girls Club of SW WA
Positive environment, quality programs, and lifelong learning skills for all school age youth.
1111 Main Street, Ste. 605
Youth and Family Link
Variety of youth programs that include afterschool activities, peer support, drug and alcohol prevention, and more!
907 Douglas Street
Education & Skills Training
Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program
Higher education award up to $5,000 per year for those ageing out of foster care.
Helping young adults ages 16-24 get set for success by providing the holistic support and training they need to create the future they want. Many young people may not have a clear pathway to work, training or post-secondary education, even if they have their high school diploma. Next offers a place where they can take charge, walk up to opportunity's door--and kick it wide open.
For more information, contact Connor Lane at (360) 890-7769 or email@example.com.
1030 15th Avenue
Hours: Monday-Friday (9:00am-4:30pm)
Workplace readiness, career exploration, and paid work based learning experience for 16-21 years old.
906 New York Street
Information on homeless youth and their right to education.
Janus Youth Program
Variety of services and resources for homeless youth in the local area.