One-Eighty Teen Center honored as Nonprofit of the Year
LODI — Assemblyman Jim Cooper, D-Elk Grove, honored One-Eighty Teen Center as his Assembly District Nonprofit of the Year.
The teen center, at 17 W. Lockeford St. in Lodi, has served the Lodi community since 2002. One-Eighty offers outreach in the form of gangprevention, life skills classes, counseling, afterschool programs and more to youths and families in the local area. The center also runs Mobile OneEighty, a mobile home equipped with a skate shop, café and Internet lounge and staffed by youth mentors.
Cooper says the nonprofit has stayed true to its mission of providing teens a place to play combined with purposeful activities, mentorships, and supports systems.
One-Eighty Teen Center was presented with a Resolution during a special ceremony on the State Assembly floor. — Oula Miqbel
Assemblyman Jim Cooper honored Lodi’s One-Eighty Teen Center as the Nonprofit of the Year in the 9th Assembly District on Wednesday during a ceremony on the California State Assembly floor in Sacramento.