Mentoring & Tracking Program

Mentoring & Tracking

Rite Track’s Mentoring & Tracking program is designed to assist low to moderate at-risk youth ages 11-18 who require additional support and community-based services in order to fulfill the terms of their probation or are in need of assistance accessing community services and diversion services. Each participant is matched with an age-appropriate role model who mentors them throughout their program participation and is available 24/7.

Referrals accepted by Imperial County Probation Department, Juvenile Courts (NOTE: 20% Non-Adjudication Cap)

Service Include:

Mentor Support 

Court Support

Individual Case Management Services 

Goal Planning and Support

Family Interventions

Group Social and Life Skills Workshops

Academic Support

Workforce Development

Substance Abuse Monitoring

Recreational Activities 

Linkage to Supportive Services

Linkage to Community Resources

Linkage to Community Services

Trauma-Informed Practices 


Youth Ages 11-18

Imperial County Residence who resides within: El Centro, Calexico, Heber, Holtville, Imperial, Brawley, Westmorland , Calipatria, Niland and Seeley City limits

Low to Moderate Risk Justice Involved/Adjudicated Youth

Pre-Adjudication Youth

Rite Track Youth Services provides community-based and family-focused programming to at-promise youth.