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Holiday Drive!!

 In December 2016, Street Smart Youth Project closed out the year with a holiday drive!! Our very own King Santa delivered gifts and holiday cheer to youth and families throughout the communities we serve. Here are some highlights!

Youth Development Retreat – Your Vibe Attracts Your Tribe!!!

In November, 2016, Street Smart Youth Project took our youth to the Blue Ridge Mountains to provide exposure opportunities via cultural, education and recreational enrichment.

 

Summer 2016

Street Smart Youth Project held a six week summer drop-in program in Vine City. The drop-in program featured our HIV Prevention evidence based curricula, swimming, music making, as well dance and mentoring workshops.

SPRING 2016

Dry Party 2016

Our 5th Annual  ‘Dry’ party for Atlanta area teens. Showing them an alternative way to party without drugs and/or alcohol. We had a GREAT time partying with Team Twin as well as live music from John & Surround Sound. And of course the one and only DJ Jelly!!

Yes WE Can Pt. II

Street Smart Youth Project came out to work with the English Ave Neighborhood Association Public Safety Committee to decorate trash can holders to be placed throughout the English Ave Community.

FALL 2015

Quarterly Regional Meeting

Our Project Coordinator Tamica Moon presenting during the Region 3 provider meeting. Updating other providers in our region on our current status regarding the Underage Drinking Prevention project we are currently engaged in.

Street Smart Youth Project 2015 Youth Development Retreat!! #MindBodySpirit

During this 4 day retreat, the youth were involved in activities and enrichment that challenged them to think critically in an environment that was conducive to growth, understanding and self-awareness.

Below are the highlights from the trip!!

Becoming A Responsible Teen (BART) at Maynard Jackson High School

Enjoying a day at Maynard Jackson High School facilitating BART, our evidence based HIV Prevention curriculum.

Red Ribbon Week 2015

This year Street Smart conducted Red Ribbon Week activities at Harper Archer Middle School. The youth were engaged in an activity where they identified objects, ideas and relationships they valued. They were then placed in small groups and challenged to describe and present
how these values would be put at risk by the use of drugs and alcohol.

SSYP’s 4th Annual Rally for Prevention and Recovery!!

Annually, Street Smart Youth Project Inc. attempts to interrupt the negative drug and crime activity on one of English Avenue’s busiest intersections!! We rally together, promoting prevention and recovery efforts for community members, while facilitating access to valuable resources!! Despite the weather, we had a great event, check out some pictures.

LifeSkills Training at Y.E.S.

SUMMER 2015

Youth Board On The Move

Highlights from our Youth Advisory Board’s (YAB) summer activities. The members of the YAB played their part in helping to effect underage drinking policy change, engaged in community service, went on week long college tour to Florida, assisted in distributing condoms and HIV Prevention information throughout Atlanta and even managed to catch a Falcons pre-season football game … WHEW!!

SPRING 2015

Annually Street Smart hosts a ‘Dry’ party for Atlanta area teens. The purpose is to show them an alternative way to party without drugs and/or alcohol. As always we had a great time with a special performance by Freco and Merlo, performing their hit single ‘Drop’. With sounds from the one and only DJ Jelly!!

FALL 2014

On December 1st Street Smart Youth Project screened the film ‘It’s Not Over’ at the Young Adult Guidance Center. The film follows three individuals, two of which are living with HIV. One who lives in a country with an unknown, but projected very high rate of HIV.  Following the film there was a lively discussion regarding the film, highlighted by the youth being candid with ways they will start or continue to protect themselves and others.

SSYP’s 2014 Youth Empowerment Retreat

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