Montezuma County Partners » Youth & Adolescent Services

Montezuma County Partners

Work 1011 North Mildred, Suite A Cortez CO 81321 Work Phone: 970-565-4926 Cell Phone: 970-759-3323 Work Fax: 970-565-6152 Website:


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Non-profit corporation of adult volunteers and professional staff is dedicated to providing an umbrella of prevention and intervention services to meet the needs of at-risk youth in Montezuma County, primarily through mentoring relationships. Referrals of at-risk youth who have been identified by professional people in the community are accepted into the mentoring program. Youth may be considered “at-risk” for factors such as drug/alcohol abuse, school drop out, teen pregnancy, homelessness, running away, criminal behaviors, mental health issues, school failure, or abuse (physical, emotional, sexual, etc). Juvenile Diversion youth are referred by law enforcement or the District Attorney. Alternatives to Incarceration youth are referred by law enforcement or through the Juvenile Court Judge. Mentoring and Alternatives to Incarceration Programs are free. There is a supervision fee of $35 for the Diversion Program/

Parent Project: For parents of defiant or out-of-control adolescents
Project Northland and Class Action: Curriculum for alcohol prevention
Bust Big Tobacco: Tobacco curriculum for middle school youth
One-to-One Mentoring
Juvenile Justice
Juvenile Diversion
Alternatives to Incarceration
Girls’ Circles
Boys’ Councils
Career Choices

Hours: 9 AM – 5 PM Monday through Friday

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1011 North Mildred, Suite A Cortez CO 81321