By Jessica Woltjen, Policy & Outreach Manager When the clock strikes 3 p.m., thousands of Georgia’s youth head off to explore their interests, develop new skills, and build upon school
By Katie Landes, Director Approximately 100,000 children in Georgia under the age of 18 live with serious mental health conditions. Many of these children do not receive the necessary treatment.
By Sharnae Scott, AmeriCorps VISTA Member On July 13th, Atlanta-Fulton Public Libraries and the Preservation of Life afterschool program hosted a pajama day at College Park, Dogwood, Cleveland Avenue, East Point,
By Sharnae Scott, AmeriCorps VISTA Member On Wednesday, June 14th, GSAN hosted Afterschool Community Conversations: Working together to strengthen Albany at Phoebe Northwest Conference Center in Albany, GA. A group
By Sarina Marsh, MSW Intern The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recommends children and adolescents (age 6 – 17 years) get at minimum 60 minutes of physical
By Jessica Woltjen, Outreach Manager Earlier this month, President Trump released his budget priorities which included the elimination of funding for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, the only