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Interactive, character-based impact sessions that promote a growth mindset, social awareness, and compassion toward others.
Strives to restore quality of life for people of color through health and wellness, innovative education, and community-driven engagement. Classes at JLMBC are designed to help youth participants heal, inspire and encourage a healthy lifestyle through music education nd other hands-on activities.
RCNC's Straight Talk
Youth peer support (13-18yrs) group helps empower youth with coping skills for education, self-advocacy, independent living, and navigating challenges like peer pressure and other tough topics in their world.
10 weekly sessions designed to strengthen parent-child relationships by taking an in-depth look at how parents' response to their child's needs can change behavior and build positive, inactive relationships. The program focuses on building a sense of security and confidence in our children and strengthening the parent/child bond.
Registration is required through SAFEchild
WAKE NETWORK OF CARE
The Wake Network of Care is a comprehensive, up-to-date Service Directory to locate needed services, organizations, and supports throughout Wake County.
Wake County Health and Human Services
Wake County’s Health & Human Services department helps people with basic needs, such as food stamps and Medicaid. They also have medical clinics that provide healthcare, information, and services to help keep individuals and our community safe.