Our Work

G.I.R.L. Mentoring is a team of incredible women from all walks of life who share a passion and desire to inspire girls. Our primary work is volunteering within the juvenile detention facilities, providing enrichment/youth development workshops and activities aimed to equip them with the necessary tools and resources to aid them in making healthier life choices.  We seek to cultivate relationships with various organizations and individuals within the community who share a common mission and vision in helping our girls succeed.

Note: Due to confidentiality, juveniles in the detention center are not allowed to be photographed. Therefore, the girls will not appear in any of the  photos posted from our workshops or activities. 

WORKSHOPS / ACTIVITIES / DISCUSSIONS

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Girls today are consumed with many challenges; Low self-esteem, depression, sexual exploitation, dating  and substance abuse, and more. In collaboration with the Juvenile Detention staff, some topics may be addressed by their support team. Therefore, topics are chosen based on the girls needs as a group.  

Potential topics may focus on the following, but not limited to:

  • Positive Self-Esteem & Self Image

  • Leadership Skills

  • Building Self Confidence

  • Bullying Prevention(Cyberbullying)

  • Life Skills

  • Education

  • Career Goals

  • Social Media Training

  • Proper Etiquette in various settings

  • Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle

  • Healthy Relationships(Teen Dating)

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Community Partners 
  • ​Hopes Doors New Beginning Center

  • Denton County Probation /Juvenile Detention 

  • Collin County Juvenile Detention 

  • Local Middle/High Schools

  • Local Non-Profit Organizations

  • Individuals in the community who support the mission to help girls. 

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Our Amazing Team of Volunteers!

Inspiring lives and creating leaders!

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