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The Columbus Area Mentoring Program (CAMP), a new program of the Family and Youth Law Center at Capital University Law School (FYLaw), is designed to fill the need for consistent mentorships for local young adults who have aged out of foster care to help them transition to safe, supported, and healthy adult lives.

CAMP will provide an array of services and supports for young adults aged 18-21 who have aged out of care. The most important support, and the focal point of the program, is mentorship. Participating young adults will be matched with a trained and vetted mentor who will provide the type of relational permanency that is critical for emancipated youth in their journeys to adulthood. Mentors and young adults will meet with each other on a regular basis to deepen their relational engagement and to work on identified goals. The mentor pairs will also participate in a monthly group activity session aimed at providing mutual support and interaction.

Adults who care about successful outcomes for youth aging out of care are needed to serve as mentors. Please register below if you would like more information on CAMP and how you can be involved.

Questions? Contact Byron Tocheri, at or (614) 236-7233.


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Mentors are required to attend a brief preliminary information session at Capital University Law School as the first step in the application process. This session is designed to acquaint potential mentors with the program and our expectations for the mentors and participating young adults. We recommend that you participate in one of the upcoming sessions listed below to expedite the application process. Attending a session does not obligate you to continue with the application process.

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