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Fort Worth at 6

Fort Worth At 6

Five of Fort Worth’s community centers have incorporated FW@6 into their regular programming.

FW@6 is a program that aims to reach at-risk youth who are in need of safe places and structured activities that encourage responsible community stewardship. The program was established in 1992 as a response to increased crime and gang activity among the area’s young adults.

The program provides support for community centers’ afternoon (after-school) and evening programming, as well as youth sports and extended hours for older youth and young adults. In addition, FW@6 offers enrichment and recreational activities to area youth, providing them with educational and personal development, employment readiness, life skills and a sense of community pride and responsibility.

Hours and locations

6-9 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday
6-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday

Offered at Como Community Center, MLK Jr. Community Center, Northside Community Center, Sycamore Community Center and Worth Heights Community Center.

Learn more by calling Nelson Rowls at Sycamore Community Center: 817-871-7675.