Mayor Andre Dickens toured youthSpark's Youth Services Center

Executive Director Jennifer Swain provided Mayor Dickens with a tour of the Center, sharing data and lived experiences of youth served, as well as discussed the urgent need for Atlanta to have a formal, coordinated response for missing and runaway youth. Mayor Dickens pledged his support through his Office of Youth Engagement and expressed the need for more community-based partnerships under his One Safe City Plan.

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