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The Wolf Building
where is aok?
AOk hq functions as our harm reduction basecamp, where the public can access a variety of resources, such as Narcan for emergency treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose.
There is also a comfortable meeting space for area coalitions with state-of-the-art audio/visual support.
the wolf building
AOK’s programs at the Wolf building are designed to meet the educational, emotional, physical and nutritional needs of children in kindergarten through fifth grade. Using a variety of approaches and curriculum, the staff promotes service learning projects that include hands-on activities with direction followed by structured reflection period to emphasize the significance of the activity.
Nathan’s Place is a safe, drug-free supervised home-away-from-home for kids, with a kitchen, living areas, laundry facilities, and a shower. For recreation there is a basketball court, exercise equipment, a major sound system, video games, pool table, foosball, movies, and more.
The classroom is used daily for homework as well as for periodic instructional sessions, including character training, decision making, anger management and nutrition. In addition there are monthly activities that provide more outlets for expression and exercise of the body and mind.
Monday–Friday at 5pm. Free of charge to any hungry youth.
in loving memory
Nathan’s Place is named in memory of Nathan Finley and is the home of the VolunTeen AOK program.