Mentoring Program

Hope House of Colorado’s Mentoring Program matches parenting teen mothers in the Denver-metro area with trained volunteer mentors who help them work toward self-sufficiency through a structured curriculum. The teen mother and her mentor meet together 2 - 4 times a month to develop goals for reaching pre-determined self-sufficiency markers, such as obtaining safe housing, pursuing formal education, or accessing adequate healthcare for herself or her child. Teen mothers in the Mentoring Program are offered additional supportive services, including parenting and life skills classes, healthy relationship classes, and social activities designed to promote community.


For Information on becoming a mentor to a teen mom, click here.


If you are a teen mom who is interested in joining the Mentoring Program, click here.




  Hope House Mentoring Program Picnic 2009