Mentor Foundation USA is proud to announce the winner of our 2018 “Living the Example” National Video Contest: Ashley Chu, 16 years old, from Alameda California, where she attends Alameda High School.
Mentor Foundation USA partnered with the Columbia County Department of Health, Greener Pathways of Columbia & Greene County, and the Center for Motivation and Change to host an informative training to help educate parents and caregivers about substance abuse trends and local opportunities to get their child help.
The Youth Ambassadors of Ichabod Crane HS proudly announces the two 2018 Billboard Contest winners Karina Kolb-Speer and Erika Neale. The two young ladies displayed a creative and powerful way of spreading a message of showing how negatively of an impact that drugs can take on one's life. Yet, also relying a positive message by ensuring that there is help out there and a way to put an end to an addiction.
Mentor Foundation USA’s innovative peer-to-peer drug prevention programs encourage teens to stay away from destructive behaviors through positive peer pressure.
Mentor Foundation USA is proud to announce the winner of our 2016 “Living the Example” video contest: Riley Walz, a 9th grader at Ballston Spa High School in Ballston Spa, New York.
WASHINGTON—Thanks to their active involvement in the school's drug prevention program two Taconic Hills High School students earned the opportunity to visit the nation’s capital and participate in Mentor Foundation USA’s Shatter the Myths Youth Rally on January 24th.