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Peer Mentoring: A Bridging Model

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The author investigates the nature of being a youth labeled ‘at-risk’ in our society, to discuss mentoring and coaching as a potential prevention and early intervention strategy and to describe how mentors can serve as powerful resources with at-risk youth in Canadian communities. The author offers a mentoring model that can serve as a bridge between at-risk Canadian youth and their communities, along with 8 recommendations concerning how interested readers can put ideas from this manuscript into action in their communities.

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