A Drop In Community Resource Center
As the first non-profit to provide after school programming in our school district, "The Center" continues to embrace an unlimited possibilities mentality for all of our kids. The Center is governed by our Board of Directors, and is funded by the United Way, local grants and private donations.
Youth After School Care & Enrichment Programs
Teen After School and Summer Life & Career Skills Programs
Referrals: Human & Social Services
Good Clothing Closet
WE GOT VISION
See What We See.
All children have the capacity to learn and the right to experience enriching learning opportunities.
The journey of growth and learning can be enjoyable and exciting.
Family engagement is important for positive growth and development.
All families have the right to participate in their children’s learning process.
Respecting diversity is central to building a strong community.
Success does not look the same for everyone, but everyone can achieve success individually.
We and our community are one.
With the right support, positive change is possible.
Established in 1970 as an informal meeting place for inner-city youth and their families in search of meaningful learning experiences after school and during school vacations.
Roland Dunham II
The Drop in Community Resource Center is available to all who qualify, without racial, religous or financial discrimination. If you require financial assistance or more information in another language, please contact us directly at: (860) 442.4466
If you require information in another language, please contact us directly.