About Us

Thank you for your interest in The Elaine Clark Center.

For more information, to schedule a tour of our facility, or to contact a member of our staff, please phone, fax, email or write to one of the following contact locations.

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(770) 458-3251

information@elaineclarkcenter.org

5130 Peachtree Blvd, Chamblee, GA 30341

PARENTS

Click here to download the 2019-2020 Program Calendar, which includes center holidays and closures.

Booster Club
The Elaine Clark Center invites parents to participate in our monthly Booster Club meetings to work together and build up the ECC community. The Booster Club will collaborate on community engagement, event planning, fundraising, and more! Join us the last Wednesday of every month at 4:30 p.m. on even months and 8:00 a.m. on odd months. Questions? Email Meagan at mchong@ecvc.org. Everyone is invited to attend, regardless of previous participation!

2019-2020 School Year Booster Club Schedule

  • Afternoon: August 28, October 30, December 18, February 26, April 29, June 24

  • Morning: September 25, November 27, January 29, March 25, May 27, July 29

Community Resources for Families
Our goal is to help promote safe and stable families by offering information, education and resources within the community. For guidance and assistance in locating or navigating services in the community to meet your family's needs.  Please contact The Elaine Clark Center at 770-458-3251 or email at information@elaineclarkcenter.org.

Pediatric Nursing

The Elaine Clark Center has a Certified Pediatric Nurse on staff every workday from 8:30 am to 2:30 PM.

Because we have a nurse on staff, we can offer a wide range of health services including, but not limited to: medication administration (including injections of insulin for diabetic children), G-tube feedings, Tracheotomy care, cardiac/apnea monitoring, oxygen administration, urinary catheterization, blood pressure monitoring & asthma management.

Our nurse does not diagnose illness, but will work closely with your child’s pediatrician and therapists to optimize a daily program.

As in any community setting, children with acute illness (fever, diarrhea, vomiting, or other contagious diseases) are not allowed to attend while they are ill. We can, however, care for children with such problems as reflux, chronic stomach or bowel problems, seizures, or temperature instability due to neurological conditions, with consultation from their pediatrician.