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Foster Youth: Beyond The Necessities

Donations of all kinds for foster children are excellent. The most important donation of all is your personal time, caring, and compassion. One way to do this is through volunteerism. You can find out how to volunteer your time by calling 2-1-1 information, and asking about volunteering with foster youth, or using the internet and looking up and search key words “volunteer foster youth”. One excellent way to volunteer your time would be though a foster youth mentor program. Below you will find some information to link you to San Diego County foster youth mentor program.

Good luck to all the foster children out there. If you’re feeling like life is a challenge, seek out trustworthy people to talk to, you are not alone, even though you might feel that way. One way for current or former foster youth to receive free therapeutic services is through a program called A Home Within, you can find information on this program on the internet at

Foster Youth Mentor Program
Provides a volunteer mentor program that matches caring adults with foster children. Mentors provide one-to-one support to foster children to enrich their lives and aid in the development of self-esteem. Activities include transportation, social and educational outings, and tutoring, among others.

Phone number
(858) 503-2626 (Service/Intake)


8333 Clairemont Mesa Boulevard Suite 212
San Diego, CA, 92111 Map

Service Hours
8:30 am till 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday

Additional Information
Areas Served: All Areas

Eligibility: Volunteer mentors must be 18 years and older, pass criminal background check, commit to a minimum of 2 hours a week for at least one year.

Fees: No fees charged.

Intake: Phone or email Tin Le (858) 503-2641,

Languages: English, bilingual

Service Categories: Adult/Child Mentoring Programs, Mentoring Services Volunteer Opportunities

Wheelchair Access: Yes

May 5, 2010 at 11:40 a.m. ( | suggest removal )