To promote civic, social and personal responsibility in the Crooked Creek service area by providing quality services that enhance the lives of individuals and families.
Low and moderate income families, at-risk children and youth who reside primarily within the boundaries of I-465 to the north and west, 38th Street to the south and Spring Mill/White River to the east.
Our Services Include
Head Start, After-school and summer youth programs, Teen Opportunity Program (TOP), Services for Seniors, English-as-a-Second Language, GED, job readiness, emergency food, shelter and utility assistance.
A Little About FBGNC
At the Corner of 71st and Michigan Rd., you’ll find the Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center @ Crooked Creek And behind the center, you’ll discover seven acres of land, including a Family Pavilion which includes a gymnasium and an outdoor recreation area developed for the pleasure of clients and area residents. Gentle pathways invite seniors to take a walk with a friend through the shaded woods behind the playground and picnic shelter. Shuffle board awaits those who enjoy the sport, while others can play a game of checkers or chess. During the summer months, you’ll see friends and neighbors enjoying the annual barbecue. Inside the center, you’ll find the hustle and bustle of activities for all ages.
Youth center would give kids a chance to perform better in life
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
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