We support the efforts of the local church to transform lives and build community.
It is our main priority at the Dream Center to provide education, training, empowerment, and hope to Henry County’s disadvantaged and underserved populations.
The areas of the Dream Scholars Program are:
Faith, Family, Finance, Fitness, Future
We can't achieve our mission alone. We welcome kind and compassionate volunteers from the community on the 1st Saturday of every month to realize our mission of breaking cycles of poverty and family homelessness
through education, empowerment, and collaboration.
As of 2019, there were 1,074 school-aged homeless students recorded by the Henry County School System. This does not include children under the age of 5, individuals over the age of 18, or those not enrolled in school. Sadly, this number continues to rise.*
There are currently no homeless shelters for families, transitional housing or public transportation in Henry County.*
*Source: Henry County Schools
At the Dream Center, we help people to help themselves by addressing human needs first in a loving and safe environment. We provide the resources and tools for education facilitating change today and for future generations. Every day, we seek to increase participants' sense of self-worth and dignity while serving as a network of community resources to unify the community.
We enable the Body of Christ to serve the marginalized of Henry County in tangible ways.
When we do for those in need what they have the capacity to do themselves, we disempower them... We have succeeded only in creating a permanent underclass."
- Robert D. Lupton, Toxic Charity