August, 21 2017
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Missouri Boys Ranch Seeking Mentors for Troubled Teens
Good Samaritan Boys Ranch in Brighton is seeking volunteers to be adult mentors to residents who have no family or support systems.
The Boys Ranch is a residential treatment facility for troubled teen boys ages 12-18 who have been removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect.
Volunteers spend time with a resident during regularly scheduled family visitations. These are typically once a month. Visits can also be made at the ranch or for outings such as dinner, church or sporting events.
Volunteers must complete an application, background check and provide personal references.
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