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Success is Achievable

Through the Maze has created a system to help youth increase their resilience. This program helps youth reach goals, seek out supports, and empowers them to achieve success! The weekly curriculum is supported by a mentor who personalizes the program for each individual. Participants will receive mentoring specific to their needs in addition to our research-based curriculum. All services are provided in the most convenient way possible--text messaging. Let us mentor you to success one text at a time!


Personalized Mentoring


Curriculum-Based Nudges

Unlimited SMS Messages

8 am - 8 pm Live Support, 5 Days a Week

Access to Progress Reports

Parent Companion Program

Sign Up Process


  • Sign up on the website

  • Complete the Parent Questionnaire & Permission Form

  • Those utilizing the Parent Companion Program will be contacted via text message to start the program

  • Parents will receive weekly curriculum based texts with the purpose of encouraging their youth

  • You can text back; it's a real person!


  • Sign up on the website

  • Complete the Youth questionnaire 

  • Fill out the 7 C's test

  • Youth will be contacted via text message to start the program

  • Youth will receive weekly curriculum based texts & personalized texts from their mentor

  • You can text back; it's a real person!

  • You will be asked to take the 7 C's test every three months to measure your progress

Some Things You Should Know

  • Your Navigator WON'T know your phone numbers, email addresses, or address

  • Your Navigator WILL know your names, information on the entry questionnaire (hobbies, etc.), and your youth's 7 C's scores so they know the best way to mentor your youth

  • Navigators are available Monday - Friday, 8 am - 8 pm

  • Media messages are not allowed on our software

  • We care about your safety and are obligated to report any dangerous/harmful behaviors

  • Administration monitors interactions between Navigators and participants

  • Navigators have been professionally trained and background checked

Students With Resilience Mentoring

  • 52% less likely than their peers to skip a day of school and 37% less likely to skip a class. (Public/Private Ventures Study of Big Brothers Big Sisters)

  • 81% more likely to participate regularly in sports or extracurricular activities than those who do not. (The Mentoring Effect, 2014)

  • Strongest benefit from mentoring, and most consistent across risk groups, was a reduction in depressive symptoms — particularly noteworthy given that almost one in four youth reported worrisome levels of these symptoms at baseline. (The Role of Risk, 2013)

  • 55% more likely to be enrolled in college than those who did not have a mentor. (The Mentoring Effect, 2014)

  • 46% less likely than their peers to start using illegal drugs and 27% less likely to start drinking. (Public/Private Ventures study of Big Brothers Big Sisters)

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