Youth Mentors

Youth Mentors provide support, guidance and training to youth receiving behavioral health services and/or their siblings, with the goal of enhancing their life skills. Part-time, full-time, contract positions available. Training will be provided.

Essential Functions:

  • Provide in-home, community and office support to youth in the behavioral health system
  • Connect youth to the community for support and resources
  • Provide individual and group education and training on life skills
  • Prepare documentation needed for coordination of care and billing
  • Work flexible hours as required by job


  • College graduate or some college preferred; New graduates encouraged to apply
  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Must have personal or family experience with the behavioral health issues/system and be able to relate to youth with those experiences
  • Must be able to pass state fingerprint clearance
  • Must have clean driving record, reliable transportation and proof of registration and insurance
  • Personality and demeanor to deal with the public and culturally sensitive to our families
  • Social services/human services work experience is a plus
  • Basic office and computer skills
  • Good sense of organization
  • Fluent in Spanish and English is a plus  


$11.00 - $15.50/hr  

If you are interested in applying for this position, please do one of the following:

  1. Click here to download and print-out an employment application. Then, complete the application and fax it to: (602) 288-0156.
  2. Email your resume and a cover letter, identifying the specific employment opportunity you are interested in, to: