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Urban Family Development, Washington, District of Columbia

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Address: 907 Maryland Ave NE
Washington, District of Columbia  20002  
United States
Fax: 202-543-7015
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 60
Number of People Being Served: 200
EIN: 52-2014553
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Mission Statement


Settled in the midst of the "promise" of Capitol Hill and the problems of urban America, the mission of Urban Family Development is to strengthen individuals, families, and neighborhoods within Capitol Hill and the Greater Washington DC area by: 1) providing spiritual, social and educational support through youth development and other family-building programs, and 2) mobilizing community financial, relational, and information resources. UFD?s Neighborhood Learning Center provides a positive, nurturing environment where the staff and volunteers work alongside parents and grandparents to enable our students to realize their potential and rise above the circumstances and obstacles many of them face. Through a strong program of academic remediation, social skill development, leadership development and asset building our young people develop the tools and skills needed to refuse the negative influences that surround them and make positive life choices.

Mission Statement: Settled in the midst of the "promise" of Capitol Hill and the problems of urban America, the mission of Urban Family Development is to strengthen individuals, families, and neighborhoods within Capitol Hill and the Greater Washington DC area by: 1) providing spiritual, social and educational support through youth development and other family-building programs, and 2) mobilizing community financial, relational, and information resources. UFD?s Neighborhood Learning Center provides a positive, nurturing environment where the staff and volunteers work alongside parents and grandparents to enable our students to realize their potential and rise above the circumstances and obstacles many of them face. Through a strong program of academic remediation, social skill development, leadership development and asset building our young people develop the tools and skills needed to refuse the negative influences that surround them and make positive life choices.

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Program Type:


Youth Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No