The My Brother's Keeper Fulton County program implements strategies for improving the life outcomes of young men of color ages 12-24 and helps ensure that they can reach their full potential. The Big Brothers Anonymous Mentorship initiative connects youth to a network of organizations specializing in mentorship and youth development and help create a safe place to discuss topics such as mental health, anger management, financial literacy, life skills, entrepreneurship, fatherhood and much more. Participants will engage with industry professionals in a variety of career paths.
The group meets on Saturdays at the Legacy Center in East Point, GA. The next meeting will be on Saturday, May 6. For more information, contact Reginald Crossley at 404-612-7386 or email: email@example.com. Visit the website, fultoncountyga.gov/mbkfc