Our Focus Is Our Children

Our organization provides leadership, advocacy, and resources to enhance the lives of the children of Broward County and empower them to become responsible, productive adults.

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Our organization provides leadership, advocacy and resources to enhance the lives of the children of Broward County and empower them to become responsible, productive adults.

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Learning Together | Community Based Connections
954-552-4571

The Learning Together programs provide year-round programming for at-promise middle and high school age youth using a racial equity lens to promote healthy development through supportive relationships with adults and peers, community connections, meaningful opportunities for involvement, challenging and engaging activities and learning experiences, and physical and emotional safety.
Primary POC: Shantel Drayton | sdrayton@communitybasedconnections.com

Learning Together | Crockett Foundation
954-298-3884

The Learning Together programs provide year-round programming for at-promise middle and high school age youth using a racial equity lens to promote healthy development through supportive relationships with adults and peers, community connections, meaningful opportunities for involvement, challenging and engaging activities and learning experiences, and physical and emotional safety.
Primary POC: Traci Schweitzer |tschweirtzer@crocketfoundation.org

Learning Together | Men2Boys
954-366-1665

The Learning Together programs provide year-round programming for at-promise middle and high school age youth using a racial equity lens to promote healthy development through supportive relationships with adults and peers, community connections, meaningful opportunities for involvement, challenging and engaging activities and learning experiences, and physical and emotional safety.
Primary POC: Richard Dunn | rickdunn@men2boysmentoring.org

Legal Advocacy Works | Legal Aid of Broward County
954-736-2408

The Legal Advocacy Works (LAW) program serves low-income youth, up to age 18, who are dually involved in the dependency and delinquency systems and/or youth in either the dependency or delinquency system at risk of dual involvement (i.e., “crossover youth” or youth at risk of becoming “crossover youth”). Youth served by LAW may be referred by the Juvenile Division of the State Attorney’s Office, the Public Defender’s Office, or any other community service agency.
Primary POC: Walter Honaman | whonaman@legalaid.org

MOST 18-19 School Year Sites - Special Needs | After School Programs
954-596-9000

These year-round and summer programs provide a safe, positive environment for elementary school children from economically-disadvantaged areas in Broward County, and for children and youth ages 3-22 with special needs. Quality activities offer exposure to art, culture, science, and community service while boosting academic achievement, supporting social and physical development, and strengthening children's relationships within their families, schools and communities. A sliding fee scale is used to determine program fees.

MOST 18-19 School Year Sites - Special Needs | Ann Storck
954-584-8000

These year-round and summer programs provide a safe, positive environment for elementary school children from economically-disadvantaged areas in Broward County, and for children and youth ages 3-22 with special needs. Quality activities offer exposure to art, culture, science, and community service while boosting academic achievement, supporting social and physical development, and strengthening children's relationships within their families, schools and communities. A sliding fee scale is used to determine program fees.

MOST 18-19 School Year Sites - Special Needs | Arc Broward
954-746-9400

These year-round and summer programs provide a safe, positive environment for elementary school children from economically-disadvantaged areas in Broward County, and for children and youth ages 3-22 with special needs. Quality activities offer exposure to art, culture, science, and community service while boosting academic achievement, supporting social and physical development, and strengthening children's relationships within their families, schools and communities. A sliding fee scale is used to determine program fees.

The Faces of CSC

The impact Future Prep had on Sarah fomented her desire to give back to her community. Today, she is a Counselor for Memorial’s CSC-funded Youth Force program, helping other young people gain confidence and determine their own path for the future.
"This program has touched me and made a difference in my life."
Thanks to the Children’s Services Council and the YMCA of Broward County, students have an opportunity to give a voice to issues that are important to them.
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