BACK2LIFE was launched in July, 2012 as the major project of the Rotary Club of Kingston. It is an ambitious programme that involves the delivery of a specially designed programme of one on one mentoring, group mentoring and life skills training. Developed by Lorna Phillips for the BACK2LIFE Foundation, the programme is presently offered at the Rio Cobre Juvenile Correctional Centre located at Tredagor Park, St. Catherine and approximately 25-30 boys benefit at any one time from the regular bi-weekly visits of a cadre of trained mentors.

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Latest News

Heroes Journey Event "Coming Soon - Thursday October 12th 2017"

The proceeds of The Heroes Journey 2017 will go towards the expansion of the BACK2LIFE programme in other institutions and schools....

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Guest Visits To The Centre

Visits of well known personalities or interested persons offer a welcome treat for the mentees. Words of advice, encouragement and simple...

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Getting Involved

Become A Mentor

Our mentors are ordinary adult men - from all walks of life. They include teachers, technicians, salesmen, lawyers & students...

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Become A Senior Mentor

As a senior mentor, you will offer valuable support to our existing cadre of young professional men ...

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Become A Sponsor

Your gift goes to the development and implantation of our conscious mentoring programmes through which hope, support and a vision for the future become possible.’ ...

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Get Involved

Community engagement is an undeniably critical part of ensuring that BACK2LIFE Foundation continues to succeed. Whether you’re a public official, teacher, doctor, lawyer or business man, we need your help and involvement.