Outreach workers employ a harm reduction approach to addressing the risks of unprotected sex, drug use, violence and illegal activities. They engage contacts in conversation, offer material assistance and referral…

The Mentor serves as a positive role model for an assigned individual participant, usually an adolescent, meeting twice a month/two hours each time to engage in recreational/ educational activities. Hours…

Assist with preparing and organizing activities for summer youth camp. Activities include weekly field trips, arts and crafts, writing, and theater. Tuesday and Wednesday 9am-3pm or Thursday 9am-3pm.

Work with children ages 0‐5 years old doing age appropriate activities, including reading and arts and crafts to develop their motor skills. Weekdays 6-8pm or Sunday 7-9pm.

Assist with the coordinating of resources or projects behind the scenes. Hours vary.

Family, friends, and colleagues are welcome to volunteer together at Alternatives For Girls for a one-time project or special event. Projects vary.

Help teach the basics of cooking or assist in the preparation of meals with our participants. Sunday thru Thursday 3-6pm.

Facilitate workshops to develop skills/ coping mechanisms/ emotional stability of participants. Topics can include but are not limited to self‐esteem, harm reduction, nutrition, safety, money management, governmental benefit explanation, and…

Our mission is to help homeless and high-risk girls and young women avoid violence, teen pregnancy and exploitation, and help them to explore and access the support, resources and opportunities…

In April 2020, 826michigan’s programs transitioned to a distance-learning format for the health and safety of our students, volunteers, and staff. We still need your engagement and look forward to…