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Phoenix Project: Community Development Foundation, Inc.  in partnership with FAMILIES FIRST FOR MISSISSIPPI will be offering an academic and social skills tutoring program.  We will be offering services that impact "whole" family.

Services:

  • Grade Level Tutoring

  • Parenting Education

  • Increase Graduation Rates

  • Parenting Skills Development

  • Promote Literacy

  • Job Readiness

  • Family Financial Stability

  • Healthy Teens for a better Mississippi

  • Positive Youth Development

 

 

We offer two-hour sessions  four days each week

Contact:

Volley Davis at (601) 807-3632 or

Iretha Beyah at (601) 392-1311

for more information.

Enrollment Forms available upon request

Location:

Xchange Center

13740 Highway 61

Fayette, MS 39069

Phoenix Project: Community Development Foundation, Inc. received the “Making Things Better Award” at the 2003 Low-Income Customer Summit, in New Orleans, La sponsored by ENTERGY Corporation.  In 2001 this organization conducted “Leadership Jefferson”, a nine month community leadership development program for citizens of Jefferson County, Mississippi.

 

Phoenix Project: Community Development Foundation, Inc. is presently operating “Phoenix AOP” (Adolescent Opportunity Program) a program for adolescent offenders ages 12 to 17.

This program assists program participants in: Character Building, Leadership, Academic and Social Skills. This program has operated from 2008 until the present in Claiborne, Jefferson and Pearl River Counties.

 

 

Host: Volley Davis and Co-Host: Iretha Beyah.    

"The Bottom Line" is held twice a month

 every-other  Tuesday night on

Natchez, Mississippi local radio station WTYJ 97.7 FM / WMIS 1240 AM

8:30 p.m. to 9:30p.m. CST

 

Host: Volley Davis

Co-Host: Iretha Beyah. 

Topics:

  • local issues  

  • state issues  

  • federal issues 

  • issues affecting Southwest  Mississippi.         

 

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Feel free to call in and voice your viewpoints or ask an informed question on the subject of the show

The call-in number is:

601-442-2522

A one-hour interactive

talk radio forum

"The Bottom  Line"

      

Phoenix Project: Community Development Foundation, Inc. has submitted a grant application to the US Department of Justice for “The Phoenix Second Chance Offender Community Reentry Program” to assist released felons from the Jefferson-Franklin County Regional Jail & the Wilkinson County State Correctional Facility in reintegrating to communities in Southwest Mississippi. This program will utilize trained mentors to assist formed incarcerated felon offenders’ community reentry through a pre and post-release concentrating on: Employment Training, Education, Mental Health Evaluation, Housing Assistance, Substance Abuse Counseling, Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship.

Address:

1005 Main Street Suite B

P.O. Box 1216

Fayette, MS 39069

phoenixproj14@yahoo.com
Tel: 601-786-6164
Fax: 601-786-3806

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