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
Learn more by calling Nelson Rowls at Sycamore Community Center: 817-871-7675.
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4200 S. Freeway, Suite 2200
Fort Worth, TX 76115
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