5243 W. Fayetteville Rd. STE-B, College Park GA. 30349.
Founded in 2007, C.A.R.E. is a 501c3 non-profit organization, and growing community base program. C.A.R.E's goal is to increase the self-worth of our youth by providing them with a social, educational and emotional foundation, that will enable them to be of value to themselves and the community. C.A.R.E. receives no government funding.
We are Promoting awareness about the dangers of child abuse and steps that can be taken prevent it in our community. Please join us in spreading the word!
Key Facts and Statistics
The most common type of maltreatment is neglect.
In Federal fiscal year (FFY) 2018, about 4.3 million reports were made to child protective services concerning the safety and well-being of approximately 7.8 million children.
Last year, an estimated 678,000 children were found to be victims of child abuse or neglect nationwide.
C.A.R.E's after school program provides homework assistance and tutoring services to disadvantaged and special education children ages 5-12 that are in need of individual assistance. C.A.R.E's After School Program also teaches children strategies to embrace their emotional and physical trauma of the past, by equipping them with coping skills and valuable tools to manage their emotions in a healthy way. C.A.R.E’s after school homework program meets twice a week 4 hours from 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM for nine months of the school year. C.A.R.E’s objective is to increase the youth’s academic performance, and reduce risky behaviors.
If you are interested in joining our program please leave your information below, and we will follow-up with you.
Or you can reach us at: (404) 349-4982 or text (951) 283-8819
C.A.R.E. is the Georgia Chapter for the Lamplighters Movement. A Worldwide Movement.
The program is an educational child sexual abuse intervention program designed to provide the tools to achieve the goal in a sensitive, non-judgmental and caring environment.
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