A service delivery model for children ages 3 to 103
Children and Youth
Our licensed, nationally accredited, and Paths to Quality Level IV early childhood education provides childcare and kindergarten-readiness skills for students ages 3-5 years. The program uses a curriculum that aligns with Indiana's early learning standards.
School-aged youth development is offered before-, after- and/or full-days out-of-school for children in kindergarten through fifth grades. Large and small group instruction, often in collaboration with community partners, is age- and interest-specific for participants.
In middle school, Now for the Future is a daily, after school program that teaches interpersonal skills, college-and-career readiness, academic enrichment and creative self expression. Teen Night (M/W, 6-8 p.m.) is open gym/recreational play for youth ages 10-22 years.
Family Social Services
Nobody understands the rising cost of living like a neighbor that's been here since 1875. Family case management services are managed by a licensed, MSW social worker who helps connect families to rent/housing assistance, utility assistance, food and transportation. We can also help with employment coaching and counseling, mental health referrals, and making connections to community partners so our neighbors are empowered to maintain their sufficiency and improve their quality of life.
HIV care coordination is a special program at Concord Center. Trained case managers help clients with an HIV+ diagnoses navigate the healthcare system, insurance and medication as well as general quality-of-life issues.
Open to neighbors ages 60 years+, our senior and mature adult program meets weekday mornings (9 a.m. to noon(ish!). A jam-packed but work-at-your-own-pace schedule includes card games, Bingo, field trips around town, and special guest presentations. The activity calendar is updated monthly and the cost to participate is $6/annually.
Regular participation includes subsidized, home-cooked lunch at our on-site Dynki Deli (which is also open to the public) and access to family case management services.