Beat The Street

Youth Development Services engage school-age youth in a variety of social, educational, and recreational activities appropriate to their needs, interests, and abilities; promote the development of positive relationships with adults and peers; and provide a physically and emotionally safe environment for young people to spend their out-of-school time hours. 


Program Description

Beat The Street is a after school tutoring and mentoring program for boys and girls ages 5-18. Children and Youth are referred to the program through different agencies. Beat The Street designs and implements a flexible, well-rounded daily schedule that supports the physical, social, and cognitive development of all youth by providing programming and activities that are well organized, developmentally appropriate, and offer opportunities to gain new knowledge and skills.

GOAL – Beat The Street empowers children and youth to succeed by providing case management and therapeutic services and combining educational interventions with a variety of recreational, social, healthy and developmental assets – life skills.
Youth who participate in Youth Development Services gain the personal and social assets needed to support healthy development, increase well-being, and facilitate a successful transition through childhood, adolescence, and into adulthood.

Download: COA/GA Afterschool Standards PDF



Download: Parent Handbook

Download: Volunteer Application

Download: Beat The Street Application