Brooks Community Center Partners

  • The George Benjamin Brooks Community School participates in a collective impact model in loose coalition with Cultivate South Phoenix (CUSP), as well as many other not-for-profit entities. Our shared mission is to promote the wellness of families and children in south Phoenix by supporting and leveraging the efforts of a broad range of organizations with a shared vision of improving the natural, built, and social environments. We do this through community engagement in leadership, advocacy, programs, services, and activities within and across all dimensions of wellness.

    For A Complete List of Partners, Click This Link

     


    ALESI GROUP

    Room 23
    623-305-4723

    Alesi Group is a leader in innovative, brain-based training, coaching, and consultation designed specifically for early childhood education and child welfare professionals, and groups and organizations who provide services to young children and their families. Alesi Group offers tours of a model kindergarten classroom—an intentionally designed environment grounded in current brain research, supporting the growth and development of the whole child. Our efforts are to improve the quality of early childhood practices, creating the necessary foundations for lifelong success.

     


    A-MAKING CHANGES 

    Room 22 & 35 
    480-521-4815

    A-Making Changes, LLC provides a community based, culturally diverse approach to Mental Health Service and Comprehensive Education Services.

     


     ARIZONA MICROGREENS

    Garden Center Room
    602-459-0984

    Founded by brothers Joseph Martinez and David Redwood, Arizona Microgreens produces organically-grown microgreens for restaurants and individuals throughout Arizona. Arizona Microgreens utilizes the greenhouse at the Brooks Community School in partnership with the Roosevelt Center of Sustainability.


    BLACK MOTHERS FORUM

    Room 15
    602-459-0984

    We are a focused group of dedicated mothers of Black children who have come together to stop the blood shed in our community. We believe that all children regardless of color, origin or background have opportunities to fulfill their dreams and preservation of their lives.

     

    BLACK WALL STREET AZ

    Room 32
    602-305-4673

    Black Wall Street Arizona Inc is a nonprofit 501(c)3 Business Incubatorwhichhasbeenservingthecommunitysince2016. Our mission is to build generational platforms based on sound knowledge, accountable, actionable, and measurable principles, which result in overcoming obstacles and embracing success. We promote economic soundness and we understand the importance of business creation and it's expansion statewide. We create statewide programs, workshops and collaborations, and we work towards building a virtual global wall street. Please visit us online

    at www.bwsaz.org for further information and to make an appointment to speak with one of our professionals.


    BLACK UNITED FUND

    Room 135
    602-268-0666

    Arizona Black United Fund, Inc. is a fundraising organization designed to provide support to projects and programs that address the critical needs of Black communities throughout the state of Arizona. It is one of sixteen affiliates of the National Black

     


    FATHER MATTERS

    Room 28
    602-774-3298

    Father Matters purpose has been to promote the growth in our communities. Support is provided through the following: parenting classes, support groups, reentry services employment and training services, child support services, a family law legal program, SNAP & AHCCCS application assistance, Supervised Parenting Center, Diaper Bag program, Food Boxes and much more.


    MAA WELLNESS

    Room 19
    602-305-4719

    It is the mission of MAA Wellness Center to develop toolsets for the advancement of holistic awareness to enhance each individual quality of life. Services include:
    *Food & Nutrition healthy Lifestyle Change

    • Yoga & Physical Exercise
    • Female Self Defense/Martial Arts
    • Naturopathic Doctor Services
    • Acupuncture / Acupressure
    • West African Drum & Dance
    • Tai Chi for Meditation / Anger Management • Agriculture - Back Yard Gardening
    • Cultural Awareness Classes


    MENTORKIDS USA

    Room 2 
    480-249-8311

    MentorKids USA equips and empowers youth in under-served communities in the Phoenix area to become transformative leaders in their lives, their families and their communities, allowing those youth to reach their full potential. We offer support in academics, leadership development, spiritual development, and life skills.

    In order to help kids, you also have to work with the community around them. Promise Neighborhoods bring together youth, families, mentors, volunteers, churches, local businesses and other partners in under- served communities with the purpose of creating long-term solutions to the challenges facing our youth.

     


    THE ORCHARD COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER

    602-509-6042

    The Orchard is a meeting place where organizations, schools, and families gather to learn, work, and develop relationships, all of which can empower them to tackle some of the most difficult issues facing our community: obesity, lack of civic voice, and poverty. The work of the OCLC is actualized in 3 areas, “Farm-to-Table”, “Community Conversations”, and STEA2M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Agriculture, and Math).

     



    PRIDE OF THE SOUTHSIDE

    Room 29
    602-487-3389

    Provides a pictorial memorial of Palmdale, Percy L. Julian and Okeman Park Schools. We also provide meeting places and facilitates community related activities that honor Former RSD teachers and alumni.


     

    SOUNDS MONTESSORI CHILDCARE

    Room 134
    602-885-1090

    Our mission is to provide a safe, secure,and nurturing environment that upholds the Montessori philosophy. Each day we encourage your child to enhance their cognitive growth and development through age and capability appropriate activity.
     
     

    SOUTHWEST COLLEGE OF NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE

    Room 9
    480-222-9630

    SCNM offers a wide variety of specialized treatments in order to serve our patients as thoroughly as possible and make sure they receive the highestqualityofcare. TheSCNMMedicalCenterprovidesour patients with safe, natural treatments that are tailored to their specific needs.

    Hours of Operation:
    Monday – 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. (walk-in)
    Tuesday – Closed
    Wednesday 3-7 p.m.
    Thursday – Closed
    Friday – 2-6 p.m.

    Last appointment is set half an hour before close.
    Walk-in appointments are welcome but will be based on availability. 



    TANNER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP (TCDC)

    Room 22
    602-253-6904

    Tanner Chapel AME Church is the oldest African American Church in the state of Arizona(130yrs.). Itsnon-profitoutreach arm, Tanner Community Development Corporation (TCDC) founded in

    2001, provides a number of social service supports to families and individuals residing in poverty areas from prenatal to high school and senior communities. TCDC assists in removing barriers to communities matching needs to services.

     



    TIGER MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION

    Room 31
    602-687-7725

    The Tiger Mountain Foundation reverses that problem through our community gardens and landscaping initiatives. These initiatives teach practical life skills to kids, adults and seniors, keeping them out of jail, and improving their lives and community.

     


     

    TRIN UNITED

    Provides tax services.


     

    UNLIMITED POTENTIAL

    Room 34
    602-305-4742

    Unlimited Potential is a nonprofit 501(c)3 that has been strengthening families since 1985. We envision empowered families creating healthy neighborhoods that celebrate diversity and civic participation. We offer Adult Education programs, GED and ESL, Early Childhood programs and Parent Leadership Programs.



    VALLEY OF THE SUN YMCA (VOSYMCA)

    Gaspar Mata
    602-212-6146

    The YMCA integrates it’s 4 Christian core values: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility into all of their programs. These programs include fitness, sports, youth activities, camps, childcare, and social services.