(WRAAP) Wilmington’s Residential Adolescent Achievement Place, Inc.
PO Box 4845, Wilmington, NC 28406
Frequently Asked Questions
What do you do? We offer programs that promote self-reliance and healthy lifestyles, through education, mentoring, and advocacy. The WRAAP’ After-School Enrichment Academy Program is designed to provide support and guidance to children by involving them in constructive activities that keep them interested and out of trouble. The community outreach program provides physical and emotional support to needy individuals and families in need.
How long have you been offering services? Since 2007, the After-School Enrichment Program has been offering prevention-type programming and supportive services that benefits “at risk” children and families.
Our Mission? To bridge the educational and social gaps exist amongst our youths, families, and communities.
Our Goal? 1) To reduce the number of unsupervised youths after school. 2) To improve academic performance, as well as attitude and behavior of youth. 3) To meet the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social needs of young people. 4) To involve community volunteers. 5) To improve the coordination of existing resources and enhance collaboration between agencies. 6) To bridge the social gaps that exists amongst our youths, parents, and communities.
Our Motto: A place of purpose, promise, and potential!
What programs do you offer?
Online After-School Programming
Music / Arts
Moving with Math
One on One tutoring
Kids Café (Meals-Service Program)
Hire Me Exploration
Educational / Recreational Outings
How can I enroll my child in the After-School Enrichment?
To request a student enrollment application, contact WRAAP at (910) 392.6007, visit HYPERLINK “http://www.nc-wraap.com” www.nc-wraap.com or WRAAP Office-925 South Kerr Avenue, Building G#5, Wilmington NC 28403
Program Operation: Monday through Friday, 3:00pm-5:30pm. What age groups do you served? Grades 3rd-8th. Are there any costs or fees for enrollment? None
Do you provide student transportation? Yes
Where are you located? WRAAP Office-925 South Kerr Avenue, Building G#5, Wilmington NC 28403
How do you evaluate program effectiveness?
IEP / SEP
Pre-Post test / Surveys
Suggestion Box Entries
Student / Parent Testimonials
Where student referrals primarily come from? Student referrals primarily come from parents, teachers, youths, school counselors, court counselor, and social services, etc.
What are the primary focus areas?
Food / Nutrition-Education
What is the student to staff ratio?
5:1 (student to staff ratio)
Where do you get your funding?
Local Governments Charitable Donations Special Gifts Sponsorships Fundraisers
How can I help?
Academic Tutor Program Sponsor Coaching Benefit Fundraiser
Board Member Clerical Support Guest Presenter In-Kind Donations
How can I become a volunteer?
If you would like to volunteer, contact our office at 925 South Kerr Avenue, Building G#5, Wilmington, NC 28403 / Call WRAAP at 910.392.6007.
Are there opportunities for parent to get involved?
Yes, by becoming a parent coordinator, volunteering, mentoring, or assisting with special events and projects, etc.
What are some your recent accomplishments? Received local & national recognition for impacting the lives of at-risk children in New Hanover County.
Want more information? Call us at: (910) 392.6007, Mail us at: WRAAP P.O Box 4845 Wilmington, NC 28406, visit HYPERLINK “http://www.nc-wraap.com” www.nc-wraap.com or follow WRAAP on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, & YouTube.
*On behalf of our Board of Directors, staff, and volunteers, thank you for your interest and any help you can give to the program.