DWCC is a multi-service center committed to meeting the needs of the Crichton community by offering after school care, tutoring, a food pantry, a day program for senior citizens, a transportation program for senior citizen and neighborhood outreach. The Sybil H. Smith Family Village, DWCC’s transitional housing program, was opened in 1999 to address the gap in services along the housing continuum in Mobile for families who need more time to work on goals than is permissible in emergency housing settings.
Organization Mission Statement-
The mission of the Dumas Wesley Community Center of Mobile, Alabama is to educate, empower and enrich our local community through collaborative programs of Christian service that: provide for immediate human needs, strengthen family life, develop leadership and encourage personal responsibility.
Available Mentoring Programs-
Mentors can choose to mentor children on a one on one basis or in a small group recreational setting. Mentors will be able to take advantage of the playground, gymnasium, game rooms, and computer labs onsite at DWCC.
Each potential mentor is required to submit to a background check before they can me matched.
Mentors will be asked to meet with their child weekly for at least one hour and commit to a term of six months.
Organization Website: dumaswesley.org