The only barrier between you and learning to program is yourself! In fact, you're on stackexchange, and stackoverflow is one of the biggest resources for guidance in regards to programming you can find on the web. I understand you're looking for an individual to bounce ideas off of, sure, but you also have a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips!
@keshlam is correct, if you are interested in this field chances are you have a friend or a coworker already knee-deep in computer science. Personally I work as a software developer and if anyone comes up and asks me questions(which actually happens quite often) I'm more than willing to help them or point them in the right direction. I think the biggest barrier to this is you going up to someone and saying "Hey, I was kind of interested in this stuff... is there any way you could show me how to do such and such?"
I've done as much as written tutorials for those people who have asked me and assisted with their homework/made study guides for them. The programming community is very open and very willing to help each other for the most part, even if you're just starting out, but you do have to take that first step and just ask.
If you don't have someone you can turn to in this regard, as another point you can check out many free online courses at places like https://www.udacity.com/ or pick up skills from http://www.w3schools.com/ , http://tympanus.net/codrops/ , http://codepen.io/ , https://stackoverflow.com/
Another big way to learn is to look at programming books. Probably the best books out there in regards to programming are from O'Reilly. http://www.oreilly.com/ - Their authors are fantastic at breaking down complex ideas and theories. They even have online courses, though they are not free and I hear they may not be the best, but the books are very, very solid.
There's really so many ways to learn it's kind of absurd, but if you really feel you need a "mentor" or a "tutor" you can always hire one. Just do a search for programming tutors, though I warn you, they're usually pretty expensive!
Best of Luck!