Services.

The Redeemed Community Development Corporation of Englewood.

The Redeemed Community Development Corporation was created to meet the needs of individuals within the at risk community of Englewood. It is our goal to provide options for individual residence and their families to have a better future. We are dedicated to providing support through education, nutrition, residential assistance and fine arts.

 R.A.M: Redeeming A Man.

Most children do not have healthy eating habits due either to the economic downturn that the community is experiencing or the neglect of knowledge that has been offered. The Redeemed CDC is connected with organizations that provide food baskets and meals for after school youth and promote healthy eating habits and choices for all. We are dedicated to connecting with community gardens within our area that the children as well as adults can visit and learn firsthand about the value of organic foods.

R.A.M. Redeeming A Man mentoring group seeks too encourage, enlighten, educate, support and mentor young men through goal setting, etiquette and standards, Conflict resolution, artistry and talent, self-esteem and empowerment. Our sharing time is for 60 minutes initiated by the group leader and facilitated by a group. At the beginning of each session the importance of confidentiality is expressed and at the end of each session the group will recite our statement of commitment creating bond between all participant until the net meeting time.

Statement of Commitment

I Am A Ram.
I am A Redeemed. I am Active. I am Maturing.
I Am A Man.
I Am Relevant. I am Accountable. I am Masterful.
I Am A Ram.

 P.E.A.R.L.S.

Statement of Need: Many homes have been void of the necessary conversations needed to develop into girls into confident, principled Christian young ladies.
Proposed Initiative: Provide a safe environment for conversations and mentoring based on biblical principles.
Benefits to Mentees and Mentors: The program will give mentees access to knowledge and a place for communication and learning and sharing outside of school.
Goals: Mentor girls and young ladies into P.E.A.R.L.S.: Principled. Empowered Achieving. Right. Living. Sisters.
Tasks: Hold once a month mentor sessions for girls 6th to 8th grade or High school age and secure one on one mentors where possible.

 Nutrition.

Coming Soon. Most children do not have healthy eating habits due either to the economic downturn that the community is experiencing or the neglect of knowledge that has been offered. The Redeemed CDC is connected with organizations that provide food baskets and meals for after school youth and promote healthy eating habits and choices for all. We are dedicated to connecting with community gardens within our area that the children as well as adults can visit and learn firsthand about the value of organic foods.

Established in 2015, we host a yearly outdoor basketball tournament that is known throughout the city. Since then we’ve partnered with others to expand our works. We look to find possibilities and create positive solutions and opportunities while promoting self-efficacy and grit.

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Programs

I. 5th Annual Summer Outdoor Basketball Tournament. Note:  Boys and Girls participants are welcome. Must be between the ages of: 8-18 years old.

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II. Virtual Art Class and Algebra-Math Tutoring

III. Weekly AA Meetings held at Kingdom Baptist Church ⋅ 301 W. Central Avenue Chicago Illinois 60644

IV. Symphony Midway Nursing Home Annual Celebration (Next Level Sponsors)

Contact

Next Level Social Services NFP
1245 S. Ashland Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60608
1 (312) 554-5766
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