57 Cafe Lane
Middleburg, PA 17842
Program Director -
Our vision is for teens to be set free from the destructive cycles of life that bind them up and keep them from becoming who they were truly intended to be. There is no shame in needing help! There is no condemnation or judgment.
Sometimes teens know what they need to do but struggle with following through. Mentors can help them understand why this is, deal with what is in the way, and teach them how to achieve and maintain freedom.
Step-by-Step Mentoring Ministry is FREE of charge. This ministry is supported by donations.
- Addiction and Recovery
- Anger management
- Bi-Polar Disorder
- Conflict Resolution
- Drug Addiction
- Family Conflict
- Panic Disorder
- Positive Self Worth
- Sexual Abuse
- Spiritual Awareness
Mentoring is a way to reach the hurts that teens have and help them walk in freedom from the "things" that hold them down. A very important part of healing and moving forward is getting to the "root" of the problem. It is not about blame or being a victim; it is about recognizing what is true and applying it to everyday life.
Step-by-Step Mentoring Ministry provides one-on-one mentoring to promote better decision making by assisting teens to take responsibility for their own lives and help keep them accountable for the decisions they make.
We provide mentoring for teens ages 13-18.
Many youth today are living in despair and find no purpose in their lives. Some are angry and in trouble with the law, their schools, and their families. This anger, in most cases is a defense mechanism to hide silent fear, hurt, or rejection. In some youth, the hurt is visible and their friends and families don't know how
to help them.
Teens today are faced with many destructive and life controlling issues such as: addictions to drugs, alcohol, sex, abuse, eating disorders, and depression. They use these addictions to avoid dealing with the reality
of their lives.
In today's society, there seems to be more hurt than hope and more pain than peace. Teens are looking for real answers to their problems and for a life with real meaning.
Self-harm (cutting) is a destructive behavior that a growing number of youth engage in as a way of coping with emotional pain. In an attempt to communicate overwhelming feelings and emotions, young people all over the world are resorting to cutting as a desperate cry for help. Cutting is a outward expression of pain and deep hurt within.
Eating disorders...the seemingly insignificant desire to lose a few pounds can quickly become a powerful addictive disorder. Most eating disorders stem from emotional, psychological and spiritual issues.
Whatever teens are struggling with, we simply meet them where they are and move them forward.