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Alexandria Mentoring Partnership
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AMP logo black and whiteWelcome to the Alexandria Mentoring Partnership!


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  • SAVE the Date!
    Lunch and Learn Series: Gang Prevention, Intervention, Education, and Suppression 
    June 24, 2014, 11 - 1 p.m.
    Youth for Tomorrow
    11835 Hazel Circle Drive
    Bristow, VA 20136
    Phone: 703.368.7995
    Please RSVP to Diane Creech @ 703.297.5791 or email
    or Terry R Tinsley, PhD
    Event Flyer
  • Read the Spring 2014 issue of the Alexandria Gang Prevention Community Task Force newsletter. 
  • 5th Annual Youth Arts and Father's Day Festival of Alexandria
    Poster  |  Flyer with Entry Forms and Festival Rules and Guidelines
    All Elementary, Middle and High School level youth attending Alexandria City Public and private
    schools, or participating in before and after school programs along with youth from local area
    organizations and groups are eligible to participate.Come out and display your talents.
        Saturday, June 7, Noon - 4 p.m.
        George Washington Middle School (Braddock Road Field)
        1005 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria, VA 22301
        For information, call 703.549.7115, ext. 230
    Important Dates:
        April 24 - Performance Entry Forms due by 5 p.m.
        May 30 - Visual Arts Entry Forms due by 5 p.m.
        June 5 - Music tracks for performances should be provided to Arts Festival Coordinators
       June 6 - Entries for Visual Arts due to GW Middle School between 4 - 6 p.m.

    5th Annual Youth Arts Festival image
  •  Alexandria Gang Prevention Community Task Force
    Wednesday, March 19, 2014
    6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
    Council Workroom
    City Hall
    301 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
  •  Gang Specialist Certification Course
    Virginia Gang Investigators Association presents Basic Gang Certification Course for Therapists & Counselors
    March 26, 2014
    Fairfax County Criminal Justice Academy
    14601 Lee Road
    Chantilly, VA 20151
    8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Call Kelly Miles at 757.339.5204 for more information.
    Application Form
  •  Mental Health First Aid Training Classes Added
    In response to public demand, additional sessions of the Mental Health First Aid training are being offered. This training demonstrates the initial help given to a person showing signs of mental illness or a mental health crisis. The eight-hour course teaches risk factors, warning signs and symptoms of mental health and substance use disorders; the effects of the illnesses and an overview of treatments; and a five-step action plan for helping someone with symptoms. Additional training sessions have been scheduled between January and June 2014. Each session is two four-hour classes. Youth courses in February and May are available for adults who work with youth.

    This training does not prepare someone to diagnose or provide treatment. It is designed to help paraprofessionals and laypersons provide support until an individual is linked to professional resources. MHFA is not recommended for licensed mental health providers.

    Registration is open until filled. Limit 20 participants per class and seats fill quickly. Visit for class dates and registration. Attendees of the full eight-hour course will receive a three-year certification in MHFA. For more about the classes, contact Donielle Marshall at 703.746.3523 or To learn more about MHFA, visit
  • Read the Fall 2013 issue of the Alexandria Gang Prevention Community Task Force newsletter.
  •  We're Looking for Mentors!
    Learn how to become a mentor!
     Mentor a child. Change Two Lives. 
  • Check out this video on the power of mentoring.

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Calling all Mentors! Please HELP! The Alexandria Mentoring Partnership is currently experiencing a shortage of mentors! Our City’s children need you! If you are able to mentor/tutor a child for an average of 1 hour a week, please contact the AMP Coordinator at 703-746-4144 or by email at for more information. Thank you! 

Mentoring is proven to decrease the risk factors associated with crime, substance abuse, teen pregnancy, poor school performance and gang affiliation.  

AMP Videos

Watch an interview with a mentor and mentee originally aired on FYI Alexandria. Mentor a child. Change Two Lives. 


Alexandria Mentoring Partnership

520 King St., 1st Floor
Alexandria, VA 22314

Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.