Youth Centers for Change, Inc. a nonprofit organization, was founded in 2016 in Atlanta by grassroots community activist, Dr. Marvin Brown Jr. Dr. Brown and his team were brought together by a common belief that many youth and families in their community lacked meaningful guidance and development. Determined to make a difference, Marvin convened a series of meetings. With initial commitments from community members and local businesses, Dr. Brown founded Youth Centers for Change as a nonprofit IRS 501(c)3 corporation. Since opening its doors, Youth Centers for Change has forged strong partnerships with the local business community, media, school districts, religious organizations, local, state, and federal government agencies, and other youth-serving organizations in the community. His organization provides socialization and personal development opportunities through a series of various projects: youth and family community garden(s), health and wellness education and coaching, and other services when needed for youth and their families who are isolated from the community. we are looking to bring new innovative methods and practices to the field of agriculture and its subcategories, especially urban agriculture. Ultimately, Youth Centers for Change is currently expanding its scope of services to include providing structured domicile facilities youth/adults/ or families in homeless or otherwise disenfranchised situations.
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