Partners in Prevention's Aspire Mentoring Program provides youth, Kindergarten – 12th grade, with a caring, trained, adult friend to serve as a mentor to a young person needing guidance, support and encouragement.
Partners in Prevention's Aspire Mentoring Program started as a pilot project in 1996. Since that time, the program has grown and now provides children with caring adult mentors in the following school districts: Longview, Pine Tree, Spring Hill, Hallsville, and White Oak.
The Mentoring Program has received recognition over the years, including the Governor’s Volunteer Award for Forever Friends (Now called Aspire Mentoring Program); Texas Association of Partners in Education; and highlighted in the 100 Best Communities for Young People award to Longview in 2008 and 2011.
To start the process of making a difference in a child’s life:
Complete an Application
Contact Partners in Prevention at 903-237-1019 or Email with any questions
Check the upcoming New Mentor Orientation dates and times to see which one is more convenient for you.
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