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About
The HUBB ATC

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FP YouthOutCry Foundation, Inc.

(D.B.A The HUBB Arts & Trauma Center)

 

is a 501c3 non-profit organization located in Newark, NJ. The HUBB Arts & Trauma Center is located at 135 Prince Street in Newark, NJ nestled on the site of a subsidized housing complex, a neighborhood of low-to very low-income families of color. The HUBB has become a beacon, offering beneficial activities and opportunities to our neighbors, in an ongoing attempt to build equity. This has included job fairs, health screenings, and discussions on mental wellness, violence, and abuse. Local officials also call upon us to host events where they engage with constituents. Because of this trend in programming, The Mayor of Newark appointed us as its 8th "Center of Hope."

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Entertainment

Arts Therapy

(Audio Technology, Video Production, Radio Broadcasting, Photography, That HUBB Life ENT)

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Education

Afterschool, Summer Learning, Tutoring

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Empowerment

Entrepreneurship, Mentoring, Parenting Support (FIST)

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The HUBB Help

Youth-Focused

Trauma Recovery Center

Mental Health Counseling

Assertive Outreach

Our Mission

To increase opportunities for success by providing healing programs, services, and events for underserved youth and their families through experiences that

Entertain, Educate and Empower!

Executive Team

Clinical Team

Therapeutic Arts

Programs Team

Wellness Team

High Risk Interventionists Team

Safe Passage HRI Team

Facilities Team

COMPLIMENTARY SHOW AT 8PM

Board of Directors

In Memorium

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Kasim Samad

Arts Therapy Mentor

Kasim Samad is one of the original members of Newark’s Flip City Tumblers, a non-profit formed in the early ‘70’s. The Newark-based group achieved position as “the winningest team in the history of tumbling.” Kasim was a strong tumbler, who along with other members, dominated tumbling competitions and walked away with more first-place titles than any of the 200 other teams in the country.

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Jacqueline Bostic

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Juan "SupaEars" Gomez

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