CCDN Education Programs
CCDN Family Support Programs
CCDN Essential Needs Programs
Youth Mentoring Group Precious Pearls of Promise begins at Woodlawn United Methodist Church 30 young ladies are enrolled over the summer
Youth Mentoring Group Diamonds in the Rough begins at Woodlawn United Methodist Church
CCDN is incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Parents Helping Parents is launched. This is a forum developed for parents by parents to help with communication challenges.
First Annual E.L.E.C.T. Teen Summit serving 50 kids
CCDN moves into a larger space to expand operations and services.
Second Annual E.L.E.C.T. Teen Summit serving 50 kids.
CCDN Prayer breakfast hosted.
Life Services is launched, providing essential needs to adults, youth, and families.
Healthy Tuesdays launched providing heathy alternatives, education, and resources to adults, youth, and families
Internship program is launched.
Partnerships are built for education and reentry services
CCDN served 2400 families in Life Services Program providing emergency food, clothes, and resources
LearnWorks Math and Reading Enrichment Program launched
Peer Support and Community Forums held
Save Village Market Project
First Annual Christmas at CCDN Project
Relocated to North East Lake to expand services.
Served over 3,000 families in Life Services Program.
Gave out $50,000 in rent and utility assistance through the Birmingham Strong Program
Restructured operations to accommodate Covid-19 Pandemic, providing Life Services, Education Programs, and Community Service Projects
Closed on new location 1920 Old Springville Road Center Point, AL 35215
Launched Woodlawn/East Lake Food Hubs
Re-launched Inspire Education Program
Working on becoming a Family Resource Center