Enroll a Youth

Offering a mentor to a young person means creating opportunities for them! 

  • A mentor can be a reference person for the youth.  
  • A mentor offers quality time to a youth, and ensures that they are well supported. 
  • The youth will be paired with a mentor who shares the same interests and has a compatible personality.  

 Once informed of the various mentoring programs that we offer, we invite parents and guardians to familiarize themselves with our enrollment process before enrolling your youth. Whether you are a parent, legal guardian, social worker, or educator, or you would like to enroll yourself, we invite you to complete this sign-up form. You will then be contacted by a member of our team concerning the next steps.  

Enroll a youth

• The waiting period will vary depending on many external factors
• Approval of a youth’s application is not guaranteed

The youth must be between 6 and 16 years old. For the 16-21 Mentoring program, the youth must be between 16 and 21 years old.  

A parent, legal guardian, educator or social worker can complete the process on behalf of the youth.

A youth aged 16 or over may complete the enrollment for themselves.  

The parent or legal guardian must identify a specific need justifying their request. 

Our main priority is ensuring the safety of mentees in our programs.

Our mentors are volunteer adults who have been carefully selected and trained by professionals. They are responsible, attentive, and understanding.

A constant and rigorous follow-up with all the participants involved in the pairing is ensured by the clinical team so the experience remains positive for all.


Enrollment Process:

Presentation of our programs and youth enrollment process.

Evaluation of the youth’s needs and their support system.

Training on the basics of a safe and healthy relationship.


In case of an acceptance, the pairing is created.


Studies show that youth who succeed despite facing or having faced adversity have at least one stable and durable relationship with an adult whom they trust.