By Allie Spillyards • Published February 22, 2020 • Updated on February 23, 2020 at 11:16 am
Initiative Focuses on Mentorship to Curb Dallas Crime
Coy Poitier, the executive director of FAWC Conservatory of Arts and Sciences, was among the first graduates.
“Our partnership is with OGU as far as making sure these kids have a safe place to go, someone to mentor with them and just somebody to spend some time with them,” Poitier said.
In a small office on the bottom floor of an apartment complex along Bruton Road, he and his wife Katrina keep the doors open nearly seven days a week.
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