ABOUT

 

In April 1993, a group of concerned citizens [residing in Picayune, MS and its surrounding areas] organized and became chartered by the State of Mississippi to operate under the name of Community of Christians Helping Youth aka CCHY. CCHY is a minority non-profit, tax exempt organization.

The common factor that brought CCHY into existence is our youth. We feel an obligation towards them to improve their values, habits, and behavior. CCHY is here to make a positive difference in the lives of the youth. We promote strong academic education.

Times of Operation & Schedule

 

The program is open Monday - Thursday, September - July. September - May, we are open for students from 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm. June and July, we are open for students from 4:00 pm - 7:00. We follow the Picayune School District's holiday break schedule.

Daily schedule (new CoVid rules) for students:

  • Students go directly to classrooms.

  • If needed, they will be helped with homework or any general studies.

  • Outdoor activity

  • Snack break

  • Classroom lessons

Masks are required at all times. During snack, students are safely distanced so masks can be removed to eat. All areas are sanitized daily.

 
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Give us a call:

601-569-6567

In The

News:

Winter Session 2022 begins January 10, 2022!

Spring Session 2022 will begin March 7, 2022. 

Registration will be held February 23 & 24, 2022. 

GRANTS CURRENTLY UNDER:

  • ​LPRVF

  • HisWay, Inc

  • Operation Round Up - Coast Electric

THANK YOU TO ALL THAT DONATE TO THE ORGANIZATION AND THE SUPPORT OF OTHERS!

​Our Staff



Roy Acker is CCHY's Executive Director. He brings over 20 years of experience providing youth programs to benefit low to moderate income individuals.  He has developed strong business acumen in the areas of management, finance, and performance improvement. Mr. Acker knows the ins and outs of non-profit organizations and education. His vision of brighter futures for the students that pass through CCHY is one that he is determined to bring into fruition.

Millicent Baker serves as Program Coordinator and Instructor for the STEAM program, Advanced STEAM class. She has 6+ years’ experience teaching in the Hancock County and Picayune School Districts. She also brings 25+ years of experience in computer technology (all areas.) She is a certified tutor with an educational background in Biology and Art, with a certified diploma in Nutrition.