The Albert T. Mills Enrichment Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit preschool. It is an inner-city ministry that serves pre-schoolers from Atlanta’s toughest neighborhoods. Pastor Rosa Arnold Colbert founded the Center 16 years ago and has invested her life and all her resources to rescue those most at risk, going into these neighborhoods and finding the children who most need intervention.
Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."
Services provided by the Albert T. Mills Enrichment Center:
On a daily basis, Albert T Mills Enrichment Center provides basic needs, education, spiritual development and basic life skills to the children. The children are fed breakfast and lunch, which may be the only meals they eat that day. Ms. Rosa and the teachers daily assess other needs such as clothing and provide those as needed. Transportation to and from the Center is also provided.
The staff employ a variety of learning methods in a dynamic, loving environment. In addition to the basic academic skills appropriate for pre-school and pre-K programs, the children learn how to sit, listen and show respect for each other and their teachers.
Through songs, work sheets and stories, the children learn that they are uniquely created by a loving God. They are offered an eternal hope in Jesus Christ.
Basic Life Skills
One of the greatest gifts the center can give the children is to learn how to get along with other children and to listen to and respect their teachers.