Welcome to Charlotte's Hope Inc.
Charlotte's Hope Inc. is a non-profit organization based in Decatur, Georgia.
We were founded in honor of or founder and President, Shayana Weaver Broussard's grandmother, Charlotte, who lost to her battle with cancer in 2016, as well as in honor of Shayana's daughter, Tytiana, who was born on her great grandmother's birthday which is a remarkable opportunity. Tytiana, is also affected with ADHD, Bipolar and suffer from depression. As a result, Shayana founded this company as a way of building awareness of these difficult diagnosis that has risen in the community and connecting with the school district to help raise academic scoring, Giving back hope to our youth and bringing unity to young boys and girls of the community is our mission.
Charlotte's Hope along side Commissioner Larry Johnson at the 8th Annual Atlanta Turkey Drive by the Georgia Spartans 2020
What We Do
At Charlotte's Hope, we specialize in providing both empowerment, and encouragement to girls and women ranging from ages 5 to 18. This involves helping parents, schools, and other leaders and organizations in the community to become more aware of the issues that many young females often struggle with, such as ADHD and other mental and physical health issues, and disorders.
Update: In 2020 we decided that we will be here and provide our services to all of our youths that are battling ADHD and the effects academically behind it. We are accepting ages 5-18 of all youth. Lets band together and help our youth learn to tackle this diagnosis.
To achieve this goal, we offer group sessions teaching emotional coping techniques as well as working directly with troubled young youth to give them the tools that they need to be just as successful as their peers. We also collaborating with various medical professionals and other organizations to help ensure that proper treatment plans are given for both the parents and youth taking part in any of our group sessions, mentor programs, tutoring services, or other related empowerment services.
How Can We Help You?
Our Contact Information
Phone: (404) 808-6205
Send Us a Message
Have a question for us? Complete the form with your contact information and a brief description of what you need and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. We look forward to working with you! In addition, we are seeking young youths in the Dekalb County and Atlanta area, ages from 5-18, that are battling ADHD or are in need of that mentoring program. We are seeking young ladies to come together and bring forth sisterhood as well as brotherhood with one another.