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Black Child Development Institute (BCDI)-Atlanta

Established in 1981, Black Child Development Institute (BCDI)-Atlanta coordinates community programs and initiatives throughout the state of Georgia, supporting the six focus areas of the National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI)—early care and education, literacy, family engagement, child welfare, public policy, and health and wellness. 

 


Vision

 BCDI-Atlanta envisions a society that ensures a successful future for all Georgia's children.

 

Mission

 To improve and advance the quality of life for Black children and families in Georgia through education and advocacy

 

With the support of NBCDI and its local community partners, BCDI-Atlanta delivers high-quality resources that respond to the unique strengths and needs of Black children and their families. BCDI-Atlanta partners with children, families and organizations to implement culturally relevant, culturally responsive, trauma sensitive and evidence-based programs. 

 

BCDI-Atlanta is a non-profit organization - 501(c)(3).

 

Visit https://www.bcdiatlanta.org to learn more about the organization and its initiatives.

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