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Adult Resource Center
The Living Classrooms Foundation Mentoring Academy's primary mission is to build a culture of self-sufficiency within the ex-offender community. This new Project SERVE initiative provides ex-offenders additional support and resources through the Mentoring Academy and Training Center and supplements the efforts already in place within Project SERVE.
The Mentoring Academy & Training Center is comprised of multiple services through which ex-offenders are given the opportunity to further empower themselves to improve their quality of life, as well as that of their families and the community at large.
The Living Classrooms Foundation Mentoring Academy & Training Center is comprised of multiple services including mentor and mentee recruitment and training, continuing mentor and mentee support, conflict resolution and mediation services, employment skills assistance, GED/college connections, financial literacy, computer skills, parenting skills, legal aid (child support and custody issues), food, clothing, and transportation assistance. The Mentoring Academy & Training Center will work closely with Living Classrooms' successful re-entry program, Project SERVE, building and expanding upon the proven best practices of this program. The overall goal of the Academy is to prepare both mentors and mentees for a successful mentorship relationship, providing ongoing support for ex-offenders (mentees) returning to their communities. The Mentoring Academy & Training Center seeks to expand its impact by educating and training other organizations, groups, and individuals in Baltimore City who are providing services to the ex-offender population, and by further involving community partners such as financial and educational institutions and substance abuse, mental health, and conflict resolution agencies, to help provide resources, remove stigmas, and rebuild confidence.
Contact: John Huffington
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Adult Resource Center
901 N. Milton Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21205


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