Boys To Men FAQ’s

Boys to Men Mentoring is a group mentoring program that provides a community of male role models for disconnected and fatherless teenage boys. We offer both weekly in-school meetings and several open community meetings throughout the year.

After training our mentors, we facilitate meetings between the mentors and the boys at local middle and high schools. The mentors, who listen, encourage, and empower the boys, provide the support necessary for the boys to make positive changes in their lives.

At a partnering school – Please check our list of partnering schools to see if your school partners with BTM. To attend a school-based meeting, boys are invited to contact their school Dean or counselor and request to attend one of our on-site or afterschool meetings.

Evening meeting – To get involved with one of our three local (San Diego Area) evening meeting, boys, parents, and guardians can contact our office (619-469-9599) and let us know you are interested in attending.  Our staff will be happy to discuss our program and provide details on the evening meetings as well.

No. All boys need more good men in their lives –  even those who have good fathers. The BTM program is for any boy that wants to be a better man.

Any boy between the age of 12 and 17 is eligible.

There is NO registration fee or dues required for a boy to attend BTM program meetings. BTM does offer Adventure Mountain Weekends and other special events at discounted rates.

BTM serves over 1,000 local San Diego boys annually.

BTM has served over 10,000 boys since 1996 worldwide.


No, BTM has no religious affiliation or religious teachings. We support each boy’s individual spiritual tradition and journey.