Life Support Development Ministry



The Problem

In Texas, many children face hardships that those in other states do not. Texas statistics show family structure is a leading predictor of child poverty. According to one study, more that 407,201 Texas children live in distressed neighborhoods where high concentrations of poverty, female leaded families, unemployment, and welfare dependency are prevalent. More than half of those children living. In distressed neighborhoods in Texas live in six cities; Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Forth Worth, Houston and San Antonio. (Data Source: Annie E Casey Foundation Report 2003).

What Do LSDM's After-School Programs Provide?
Life Support Development Ministry's after-school programs teach skills and values. Quality youth development programs cut crime and transform the “prime time for juvenile crime” into hours of academic enrichment, constructive recreation and community service. After-school programs can protect both kids and adults from becoming victims of crime.

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