BCDI-Atlanta promotes the improvement of the child welfare system by coordinating outreach, programs, and activities that focus on prevention and effective, supportive, culturally competent care of children in all settings.
BCDI-Atlanta promotes the equitable distribution of quality across the birth to eight continuum and the connection between early childhood settings and elementary schools, by coordinating programs and training to increase the well-qualified, culturally & racially diverse workforce.
BCDI-Atlanta coordinates programs, activities, and training to ensure reading proficiency by the end of 3rd grade for all students, engaging students, families, and educators.
BCDI-Atlanta promotes family engagement as a long-term commitment shared between multiple stakeholders from many settings, by coordinating family empowerment outreach, programs, and activities that build partnerships and equips families with information and resources.
BCDI-Atlanta advances the quality of life for Black children, families, and communities by connecting programs, policy, and advocacy, through the engagement of members and the broader community in activities designed to address local and state civic matters affecting Black children and families in Georgia.
BCDI-Atlanta promotes culturally relevant healthy nutrition and preventive care practices among families, by coordinating outreach, programs and activities to engage, educate, and empower.