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Alabama National Guard Youth Challenge

394 Galloway Road

Ft. McClellan, AL  36205

256-847-4240

www.ngycp.org/state/al


Amachi

6001 Grelot Road

Suite H

Mobile, AL  36609

344-0536

www.bbbs.org
Mentoring program for children ages 5-14 who have at least one incarcerated parent.  Residential boot camp followed by mentoring aftercare program.  Mentoring program for middle school and high school students.  

 

100 Black Men of Greater Mobile

838  West Main Street4

Prichard, AL  36610

457-9477

www.100blackmenmobile.com


Big Brothers Big Sisters

6001 Grelot Road, Suite H

Mobile, AL  36609

344-0536

www.bbbs.org
Mentoring program for children ages 6-14.


STARS

3000 Television Ave.

Mobile, AL  36606

478-7855

www.drugeducation.org
—Summer program for children & teenagers; features recreation, mentoring, and drug prevention

—Classroom education for high-risk youth & families; community education programs, and lead the Underage Drinking Task Force.


Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama

3483 Springhill Avenue

Mobile, AL  36608

344-3330

www.girlscoutssa.org
Mentoring program for girls ages 5-18 who live in low income housing outside the Mobile

Housing Board Community Team Focus

1300 Schillinger Road

Suite W-2

Mobile, AL  36695

635-1515

www.teamfocusonline.org


The Self Program

1330 Springhill Avenue

Mobile, AL  36604

433-4900

www.goodwill-easterseals.org

Leadership program for boys ages 10-17 without fathers that includes mentoring and a summer camp
—GED, career planning, and employment program for 16-21 year olds who are not in school 

—Welfare to Work Program

 

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