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Volunteer Service Program
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Neighborhood Services Coordinator
Ph: (909) 364-2730
Fax: (909) 364-2725
What is CHAMP?
CHAMP is designed to match volunteer adult mentors with teenagers who will benefit from a supervised one-on-one relationship. Teenagers are at an important crossroad in their lives, and sometimes this can be very difficult and painful.
Having a relationship that is built on trust and respect, with an adult who is able to guide with care, can make a positive difference during this difficult time.
A volunteer mentor is matched with a teen, after completing the following steps:
An initial interview
Attendance at an orientation and training session
Successful completion of the necessary background checks
As a mentor, there are many ways to contribute:
Serving as a resource to a first-time, nonviolent, juvenile offender referred through the Youth Accountability Board (YAB).
Supporting teens as they develop leadership, job or academic skills.
Sharing time and experience while helping teens connect with appropriate recreation programs, counseling services, or volunteer opportunities.
Supervising teens while they organize and complete community service projects.
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What age do you have to be to volunteer?
What type of volunteer opportunities are available through the City?
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