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Shaping the Leaders of Tomorrow

Since 2016, we have contributed to the healing, development, and nurturing of children in the greater Dallas - Fort Worth Metropolitan area.

 

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  • Family

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Classroom

Counseling

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Work Shops

Work Shops

Building a Better Future

MADEA empowers youth in the greater Dallas - Fort Worth Metropolitan area to reach their fullest potential through a wide range of workshops tailored to a specific age group, need, or subject matter.

Program Type:                                Work Shop

Program Opportunity Number:    WS-MIE-21-001

Program Opportunity Title:           FY21 MADEA At-Risk Youth                                                                Mindset Is Everything                                                                          Work Shop (MIEWS)

Expected Number of Applicants: 20

Eligibility

Children ages 10-18 (at the time of registration) who have been placed in foster care, or who receive government assistance such as TANF, Food Stamps, Medicaid, or public housing.  As well as who live in disadvantaged communities that are exposed more to poverty, abuse, sexual and criminal behavior.

Afterschool Program

Making a Difference One Child, One Family, One Community at a Time

Our Afterschool Program is designed to provide youngsters with a safe, fun, and educational place to hang out after school between 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm. 

Program Type:                                Afterschool Program

Program Opportunity Number:    AP-MIE-21-003

Program Opportunity Title:           FY21 MADEA At-Risk Youth                                                                Mindset Is Everything                                                                          Afterschool Program (MIEAP)Expected Number of Applicants: 60

Eligibility

Children ages 10-18 (at the time of registration) who have been placed in foster care, or who receive government assistance such as TANF, Food Stamps, Medicaid, Public Housing, Free or Reduced Lunch.  As well as who live in disadvantaged communities that are exposed more to poverty, abuse, sexual and criminal behavior.

Community Garden

Afterschool

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Summer Camp

MINDSET IS EVERYTHING

Family and Community Violence Prevention

Program Type:                                Summer Camp

Program Opportunity Number:    SC-MIE-21-002

Program Opportunity Title:           FY21 MADEA At-Risk Youth                                                                Mindset Is Everything                                                                           Summer Camp (MIESC)Expected Number of Applicants: 75

Eligibility

Children ages 12-18 (at the time of registration) who have been placed in foster care, or who receive government assistance such as TANF, Food Stamps, Medicaid, or public housing.  As well as who live in disadvantaged communities that are exposed more to poverty, abuse, sexual and criminal behavior.

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