Mentoring Program

Mentoring is also offered to students and young adults who are not yet homeless, but are at risk to help prevent them from experiencing homelessness.

Mentors Help Students Succeed in Life

Mentoring pairs a young person with a positive adult role model who provides support and guidance. By meeting together weekly, a mentor smooths the path into young adulthood by providing a long-term relationship focused on supporting the growth and development of the mentee.
Young adults who had a mentor were:
Harbor Hope Center of Washington is continually recruiting mentors and expanding its mentoring program. If you have a heart for young people and would like to make a difference in their lives. Please volunteer because mentors are needed.
We provide an easy-to-complete training program to provide volunteers the skills they need to be effective mentors.

All statistics from MENTOR: The National Mentoring Project

Provide-a-home Program



We need your immediate support to pay for housing and program expenses, operate our weekly mentoring, parenting, transportation and other urgent services and more beds for homeless and at-risk students.