Delray Neighborhood House
Located in one of the most underserved areas of Detroit, this is a place for the children, teens, and adults of the Delray community to develop physically, academically, and socially. The after school program offers physical activity in the gym and a state-of-the-art boundless playground outside. A comfortable game room has board games, ice hockey, foosball, a pool table, and ping-pong.
A computer lab is available for school work, personal projects, or just entertainment while the library has many books and a small fireplace for people to sit and read. Staff work with the youth of Delray to stay in school using these resources. This center has a full kitchen, a small museum of local artifacts, and a miniature theater for people to use.
Staff and volunteers, including residents and student interns from the University of Michigan, assist youth with homework, facilitate group discussions among youth, and provide positive interactions with youth. While the Delray House serves about 500 children per year, adult members of the community also use the space for special events, forums, and community meetings.
After School Program
Tutoring, mentoring, and fine arts
Summer Day Camp
Recreation, leisure, and team sports
Substance Abuse Prevention
Counseling and prevention resources
Free Transportation for Youth
Teaching and promoting environmentalism
Reading Changes Lives
Motivating youth to read
Advocacy and Collaboration
Detroit, MI 48209
Open Monday through Friday from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Monday through Friday from 10:30 am to 8:00 pm in the summer.
420 South Leigh Street
People's Community Services of Metropolitan Detroit
Dr. Cassandra Montgomery
Delray Youth Program Director