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Pittsburgh Neighborhood, Atlanta GA

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Welcome to the Andrew P. Stewart Center

We are a community development organization that exists to see our neighbors living purposeful lives in pursuit of their full potential. The Center has been serving Atlanta communities since 1916. The organization provides educational enrichment, wellness resources, and affordable housing solutions to residents of the Pittsburgh community of southwest Atlanta.

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Educational Enrichment

Learning in Relationship

The Stewart Center is committed to helping children and youth reach their full potential. As the onsite after-school provider for Gideons Elementary School, the Center offers academic support and enrichment through its Studios and tutorial initiatives. Many after-school students spend summers attending the Center’s day camp, where they engage in bridge-building academic work, travel to local destinations, and develop enduring relationships.

The Center also engages middle and high school students in leadership development through service learning opportunities, academic enrichment programing, and educational travel. The majority of middle and high school students that participate in the program were involved in the Center’s elementary after-school program.

Pittsburgh Community Housing (PCH)

Transformative Housing

The Stewart Center promotes personal and community transformation through strategic housing solutions. The Center creates and preserves affordable housing with priority given to families that have children in Gideons Elementary School. More than shelter, Stewart Center housing promotes stability, builds capacity, and increases safety for residents and their neighbors.

Stewart Center housing serves families in the Pittsburgh community of southwest Atlanta whose household income is between 30%-60% of the area median income (AMI). The Center currently has 13 single family homes and 5 multi-family units. The Center has sold two homes to long-time renters in recent years. The organization is in pre-development for two multi-family projects that will bring more than 60 affordable units to the neighborhood.

The Andrew P. Stewart Center promotes strong communities through educational initiatives, wellness resources, and housing solutions.