The Fulton County Clubhouse for Youth is a place where teens (ages 14 - 17) can spend their out of school time learning the tools to keep them safe and drug free. It is located in a neighborhood setting that fosters pride in community. The facility is located at 1480 Delowe Drive, Atlanta, GA 30311.
Services are offered in a group setting and include substance abuse prevention education, behavioral health psycho-education, life skills, and daily living skills (cooking, budgeting).
Activities include: sports, video games, pool table, foosball, and other activities to encourage and develop healthy interest other than substance use. Youth have access to a computer lab, homework assistance (tutors), GED/college preparation, and customized employment preparation. Parents are welcome to participate in field trips, community service projects and monthly family dinners. Download a flyer about the Clubhouse.
WATCH NOW:Jennifer Bartl, Program Manager, discusses the Fulton County Clubhouse for Youth.
OTHER SERVICES INCLUDE:
Youth/Peer/Family led group activities
Upon completion of the program, participants are encouraged to share their experiences with their peers through Positive Peer Mentoring
Education groups for parents
Technology Reaches Youth (TRY) - a program designed for youth to express themselves through media (photography), video production, music, etc.)
- Must have a substance use or abuse issue
- Can have dual diagnoses such as Depression or ADHD and Substance Abuse
- Program is open to residents of Fulton County
- Transportation is provided
HOURS OF OPERATION
- Monday - Friday: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Jennifer Bartl at:
, or by telephone at (404) 612-7111.