The mission of BBF Family Services is to enrich and improve the quality of life for North Lawndale youth and their families by providing safe, stable, and nurturing experiences that enhance social, emotional, academic, and career development. BBF Family Services envisions a thriving, self-sustaining community where empowered children and families have access to all opportunities. In pursuit of his vision, we provide coordinated programs and services that combat poverty, low educational attainment, chronic disease, criminal activity, and trauma in all age groups. BBF Family Services contains six program and services areas: Community Engagement, Education, Employment Services, Family Services, Health & wellness, and youth Services. Please explore the site to learn more about our organization's history, facility, programs, and the many individuals who make its work possible.
Jasabella Clark is a current participant of BBF Family Services, in which she has been a member of the BBF hip hop apprenticeship initiative. Jasabella continues to exhibit her remarkable leadership and organizational skills through her academics, in which she currently maintains a 3.6 GPA and scored a 22 on the ACT and a 1250 on the SAT. Jasabella is a Chicago Scholars participant, a Posse Scholar candidate, and a Coca Cola scholarship candidate. Jasabella is presently applying for Spelman College, UIC, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and Howard University