Youth Development

We have taken a comprehensive approach to youth development, realizing that conditions are connected and require a number of different interventions to achieve long-term change and success. 

Our goals are to help families out of poverty and toward living-wage incomes and to prevent young people from living in poverty as adults fostering healthy relationships with their families and positive role models as well as preparing them for success as they enter each new grade level and through out the school year.

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Free After School Program

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April 22, 2013

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Mary has four children under the age of six. Her husband works occasionally and she works two jobs to contribute to their $13,670 annual income. Her kids are doing well with the HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters) instruction she and her husband provide - they know their letters, numbers, and colors.

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128 M Street NW, Washington DC, 20001

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