Toledo OH Youth Safe Haven Program
Caldwell Community Center
3201 Stickney Avenue
Toledo, OH 43608
Executive Director: James Caldwell
The Toledo, Ohio Youth Safe Haven-Police Ministation is a new member to the family located in the North Toledo section of the city and under the administration of the James C. Caldwell Community Center.
The safe haven program advances positive youth development by incorporating after school and summer tutoring, life skills, mentoring and social enrichment programs under the guidance of civilian and police staffing.
Youth become involved in community service projects to gain a better understanding of becoming responsible and productive citizens. They will also become better prepared to enter the next level of education with a greater chance at academic success. A comprehensive curriculum is developed to promote academic success as well as to enhance social development through mentoring and life skills.
Click here to read the Toledo Blade's edictorial on the importance of Learning after school in settings such as the Youth Safe Haven.
Click here to read the story of the grand opening by Jennifer Feehan in the Toledo Blade
Caldwell Center Magic Show
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A magic show was held Feb. 23, 2001, at the James C. Caldwell Center. Click here to read what the Toledo Blade says.
Click here to see coverage by WTOL.