YWCA Child Development Center is a nationally accredited early learning center serving homeless, low-income, and working-class families. Our center provides a safe, secure, and healthy environment for KIDS (Kids in Distress) by providing a developmentally appropriate curriculum to support the social and emotional growth of each child. for information about our child development programs, please contact Morgan Hargrove. Want to apply for enrollment? Click here.
After-School Enrichment Program for Homeless Children (ASEP)
YWCA Central Alabama's After-School Enrichment Program (ASEP) provides stability to school-age children who live in area shelters. Striving to meet the academic and emotional needs of each child, the ASEP staff serves as liaisons between parents and school counselors, providing students with the extra attention and support they need during the school year.
The YWCA also offers enrichment programming during the summer months to combat the summer learning slide. For more information about the After-School Enrichment Program, contact Jondra Caddell.