Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Outreach Center
845 S. Sherman St.
Spokane , WA 99202
509-455-8722

Contact: Freda Gandy
fdesk@mlkspokane.org
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Purpose:
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Outreach Center is a non-profit, community-based social service agency located in East Central Spokane, one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in Spokane County.

In the framework of Dr. King's vision of equal respect, treatment, and accessibility for all people, the Center has provided culturally responsive education, enrichment and family support services to children and parents throughout Spokane County since 1970. Today, the Center is a regionally recognized community leader in providing research-based best practice services that ensure school success and healthy families, while maintaining a strong neighborhood base to help build the East Central community.


Parenting Class - February 2016

The Incredible Years.  Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Outreach Center is offering The Incredible Years.  This is a 14-week parenting group for parents with children ages 3-6.  The goal of the program is to prevent and treat young children's behavior problems and support their social, emotional, and academic growth  This group is open to the pubic and on a first come-first served basis.  Childcare and dinner will be provided.

Dates:       Projected to start February 15, 2016
Location:  Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center
Time:         5:00 pm:  Dinner
                   6-8 pm:   Group Meeting
Contact:   Jordan Black
email - jblack@mlkspokane.org
(509) 455-8722  x 208

Volunteer Opportunities:
  • Volunteer directly with children and youth through our programs.  
  • Volunteer indirectly through assistance with administrative tasks related to our programs
  • Donate items of use. 
Annual Events:

24-Hour Read-a-Thon
(Summer)

Annual National Night Out Against Crime event (Summer)

Annual Luncheon Annual Breakfast

Annual ECEAP Carnival

Back-to-School Drive

Holiday Adopt-a-Family Program

Last Updated By: Jeani Brickner