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    Agency: Malone Community Center

    The Early Childhood Education Center, for ages 3-5 years old, uses a Montessori inspired curriculum.  It operates weekdays from 7:30 am-5:30 pm throughout the year. 
     
    The Out-of-School Program targets school aged children between the ages 5-13.  Monday-Friday, program participants are picked up from school and brought to the Center.  Includes academic support, structured recreation, arts and crafts, computer and fun time, health and nutrition education, and cultural awareness.  On out-of-school days and during the summer break, all day programming is available, including breakfast, lunch and snack and daily field trips.

    Serves as the lead agency for the Community Learning Center (CLC) at Culler Middle School. CLCs serve as a collaborative component between schools’ administrative staff and community based organizations and provides extended learning opportunities for both students and families.
     
    The Senior Program is collaboration between Aging Partners and the Center.  The JoAnn Maxey Center provides elders with social activities, health education, and a nutritious lunch.
     
    The Health Outreach Program is advocating for the African American community in Lincoln by providing basic health care information and ensuring that there are no barriers to getting care.  It targets African American adults who do not have a medical or dental home and/or have not seen a doctor in the past year.
     
    Breast Cancer Outreach Initiative empowers all women, especially African American women to do preventive screenings and if necessary, helps them receive treatment.  This program ensures that all women receive clinical breast exams.
     
    ​The Talented Tenth Scholars Program provides African American males between the ages 13-18 with cultural awareness, social support, and academic enrichment.  The Youth Empowerment Curriculum draws strength from the African American cultural ideal of collective work and responsibility, by creating a cohort of adolescent scholars who will experience the curriculum together and by matching them with mentors.  It aims to motivate the youth to work for the betterment of themselves as individuals, and as conscious and committed members of their families and communities. The program’s goal is to help the participants develop leadership and graduate from high school.
     
    Strong Courageous Girls Program is a gender, culturally specific and evidence based prevention program for African American girls ages 12-18.  Using the Smart and Strong Curriculum, this program operates twelve months a year and helps young women build self- esteem, develop coping skills for everyday life, and provides them the tools to reach their goals.
     
    Moving Forward to End Domestic Violence financially empowers women by enabling survivors of interpersonal violence to achieve financial empowerment and job readiness through culturally appropriate services. 



    • Malone Community Center
      Main Phone: (402) 474-1110
      Fax: (402) 474-1112
      2032 U Street Court
      Lincoln, NE 68503
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    Agency: Malone Community Center

    Languages Available: English

    Fees: Call for information

    Intake: Call for information

    Eligibility: Call for information

    Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-6 pm

    Areas Served:
    • Lancaster County




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