Project DUNBAAR


Developing
Urban
Needs
Building
African-
American
Resources

After School Program and Teen Center

Project DUNBAAR is a multi-service intervention program for African-American youth (ages 8-16) and their families who reside in the McDaniel-Glenn area.

MULTI-SERVICES

  • After-school Program
  • Teen Center
  • Creative Arts
  • Recreation
  • Vocational Exploration
  • Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Field and Camping Trips
  • Health Education
  • Life Skills Classes: Violence Prevention
  • Tutoral Services

OBJECTIVES

  • To reduce community crime and violence
  • To increase youth's self-concept and coping skills
  • To decrease youth's school suspension rates
  • To increase youth's academic achievement
  • To decrease youth's involvement with juvenile court
  • To provide parents with monthly workshops and/or family meetings
  • To increase youth's vocational development and entrepreneurial skills

WHERE

Project DUNBAAR is located in the Dunbar Neighborhood Center.

477 Windsor Street, SW
Room 301
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
(404) 525-0751
(404) 524-5033 (fax)

SPONSORED BY

The Wholistc Stress Control Institute, Inc. (WSCI), a non-profit community-based organization that provides a variety of community-based services. WSCI was founded by Jennie C. Trotter in 1984.

CONSORTIUM

A group of 20 community organizations is responsible for the coordination of services to enhance the development of youth.

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday-Friday

Ages 6 - 12
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Teen Center
Ages 13 - 16
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


STAFF

Project Director
William Floyd

Administrative Assistant
Florence Price

Social Service Worker
Aldin Smith


FUNDED BY

the Adminstration for Children and Families and the Fulton County Regional Board

Project DUNBAAR's services are provided free of charge.
 
Wholistic Stress Control Institute, Inc.
2545 Benjamin E. Mays Drive SW, Atlanta, GA 30311
(404) 755-0068 - Office | (404) 755-4333 - Fax | wsci@wholistic1.com - Email
Project DUNBAAR