is a unique community resource that connects quality healthcare and education services for children and families in and around Southeast Atlanta.
In collaboration with the community, we offer in-school and free-standing community health centers, accredited early childhood education programs and integrated after-school programs that keep children well, ready for school and safe.
From staying healthy to developing life-long learners, our programs provide a strong foundation and support children and families in reaching their potential.
Happenings At Whitefoord
WHITEFOORD's QUALITY PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
Staffed by highly trained professionals, the Family Medical Center is equipped to handle most medical problems. From treatment of chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and asthma to routine illnesses such as pneumonia, sore throats, infections, and obesity, our providers work to help meet your medical needs. If a specialist is needed, we will make a referral for you. Whitefoord Family Medical Center offers after hours coverage to our patients.
Afterschool Enrichment Program
Success in school often requires diligent work outside of school. Our After School Enrichment Program provides that support to improve the academic performance of Whitefoord Elementary School students, grades first through fifth, in a safe and nurturing environment. MORE
Even when school is out for the summer, learning continues at Whitefoord. Our Summer Reading Program is designed to improve test scores and reduce reading deficiencies of elementary school students. With structured reading and enrichment activities for first through fifth grade students, the Summer Reading program strives to avoid a decline in national and state reading scores year after year. MORE
Pre K Programs
As with all the programs at Whitefoord Inc., the Child Development Center focuses on collaboration with parents and families to improve the well-being and school-preparedness of their children. Our primary caregivers conduct ongoing individual assessments and partner with families to provide care based on changes in needs or potential developmental or physical health issues. MORE