The Center offers six innovative programs designed to support children, families and the community through education, health and wellness, and recreational activities.
TEEN HELPER PROGRAM
Emerging youth 16-19 years of age are hired as employees of the Center. The youth receive job training, financial literacy, and work experience.
The TCEC Summer Program offers youth the opportunity to participate in recreational activities, leadership workshops, and enrichment field trips during summer months.
SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON LEGACY MUSIC EDUCATION AND PERFORMANCE PROGRAM
The music program was founded by harmonica player, Jon Gindick, in honor of bluesman Sonny Boy Williamson II, who is buried just outside of Tutwiler. Each year the program services 30 to 40 youth, teaching them about music and allowing them to showcase their skills.
The Senior's Program offers social interaction, provides prevention and wellness activities, community resources and healthy meals weekly for seniors.
AFTER - SCHOOL PROGRAM
M. Delaney After-School Program- helps youth 7-12 year of age develop physical fitness skills, engage in educational enrichment activities, learn to play musical instruments, and build self-confidence.
TEEN AND YOUNG ADULT PROGRAM
The Teen and Young Adult Program provides a safe place for teens and young adults 13-18 year of age to participate in physical activities, learn good nutrition, and develop interpersonal skills.