Rating: 5 stars 6 6 reviews
Children & Youth, Mental Health
PO Box 601 Eastpointe MI 48021 USA
Mission StatementOur mission is to provide mentoring, monitoring, tutorial and boot camp services that make a difference in the life of a young person. Our program specializes in urban areas with at risk students and is designed to break young people of bad habits and negative mentalities. We welcome the challenge of dealing with the students that other groups run from. We Reach Every Student Using Love, Training and Support?you can see the RESULTS.
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RESULTS Mentoring is a great non-profit organization that utilizes its resources to help further growth and development in the lifes of our youth. This organization has truly changed my life for the better.
Its designed to help young people break their bad habits and negative mentalities, all while supporting them to reach their educational potential and rise to success; and that is what I love most about this program. Being a part of the RESULTS Mentoring Program is like having a second family, and this program has touched the lives of so many youth through love, training, and support.
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Results Mentoring does great things in the communities that they service. They provide tutoring in Michigan, Arizona, Ohio and Texas. The love and care that the staff exihibits is awesome and the students scores increased over 20% in Arizona and Michigan in math and reading. Results Mentoring is proud to be serving Ohio and Texas for the first year this school year!
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the students that are serviced. I have seen students prosper as a result of the efforts of the tutors.
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find more funding so that many more students can be impacted!