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Education Support Services

CCDN also offers Education Support through its Inspire Education Academy, which assists youth 17 and young adults who did not complete their high school credentials, are court-involved, and have life barriers. Our education support services also have a unique process to help with parenting, mentorship, employment, and education. 

CCDN has several educational resources to help the community.  Our programs and services are: 

Inspire Education Academy-A- A unique education experience for nontraditional students. Students receive life development, job skills, job connection, GED or high school Credit Recovery, and more...

Inspire Education Services is a service for youth and adults who desire to attend a trade school, community college, or a training program but need to know how to get started. Services include enrollment assistance, financial aid application assistance, and education research services.

Literacy Resources-Resource connection for reading and math. This service is for those who struggle in these areas.  Through partner relationships, CCDN can provide referrals to partner programs to help strengthen reading and math skills. 

The Fatherhood Initiative-Focus on young fathers, assisting them with life development, job skills, job connection, GED or high school Credit Recovery, Fatherhood Parenting, Mentorship, and more...

The Motherhood Initiative-Focus on young mothers assisting them with life development, job skills, job connection, GED or high school Credit Recovery, Motherhood Parenting, Mentorship, and more...

Financial Literacy-The Financial Literacy Program is designed to provide participants with comprehensive financial education tailored to their unique needs and circumstances. Through engaging workshops, interactive sessions, and practical exercises, participants will learn to manage their finances effectively, plan for their future, and achieve financial stability. The program will cover budgeting, saving, debt management, understanding credit, setting financial goals, and accessing resources for economic empowerment.

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