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The Children of Mine Youth Center is an afterschool center which provides a safe and supportive environment for children four days a week. The Children of Mine Youth Center encourages scholastic success through structured homework time, as well as an outlet for children’s artistic and athletic needs. In addition to these classes, the center serves dinner for attendees four days a week. The Children of Mine Youth Center works to care for a child’s emotional health, as well, with structured mentoring and counselor time.  The center also provides meals, haircuts, and clothes for the local homeless population on the third Saturday of every month.

For more information, contact:
The Children of Mine Youth Center
Mailing Address:
1450 Howard Road, SE
Washington, DC 20020

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