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Mission Statement

The Institute for Interactive Instruction, Inc. (Institute) is a non-partisan, 501(c) (3), non-profit organization which operates in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area providing services across Maryland and nationally. As a small minority-business owned by women, we are dedicated to advocating for all young people as we stand for and speak for teens with the hope of moving them higher on the nation's agenda. In fostering a youth development model among adults, the Institute will collaborate with stakeholders to shape a vision for youth that appreciates all that is great about young people. The Institute is committed to strive for sensitivity to the experiences and needs of young people, bringing their perspective directly into the focus of parents, professionals and policy-makers. Building on a state and national reputation for objectivity, partnership building, and innovative thinking, in combination with a proven track record and solid reputation in the youth services field for our ability to reach a broad spectrum of audiences, from grassroots and national, the co-founders of the Institute are uniquely qualified to develop a network of strategic partnerships to ensure continuum of care.


The Institute for Interactive Instruction, Inc. (Institute) received funding from the Department of Health and Human Services/Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) for the creation and implementation of the Mentoring Matters ~ Mentoring Children of PrisonersProgram (Mentoring Matters). The program willmatch children of incarcerated parents with caring, supportive mentors in Prince George's County, Maryland communities.

Mentoring Matters will appropriately match youth with incarcerated parents, ages four up to 18, with an adult mentors. This program will incorporate a positive youth development framework as an integral component of the mentoring continuum.



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