Jubilee Park and Community Center is committed to our community's health and wellness.
We offer resources and education to our children and families to facilitate eating nutritiously, growing healthy foods, getting proper exercise and following good health practices.
Because the Jubilee Park area is designated by the USDA as a “food desert”, our residents have little or no access to large grocery stores offering fresh and affordable foods. We take a hands-on approach to this struggle with programs that provide free, healthy meals each week for children and seniors.
Physical activity and play are vital to helping children learn how to interact with peers, relieve stress and cope with their surroundings. The Park at Jubilee acts as the heart of the neighborhood and provides a safe place to run, play and connect with others in the community. Jubilee Park also offers a variety of adult exercise programs as well as nutrition and health education opportunities.
Free meals daily for children in the Out-of-School Time Programs
Free meals twice weekly for low income seniors
Youth athletic programs
Adult Zumba and aerobics classes
Nutrition education programs on cooking, gardening and healthy eating
Health education programs on diabetes, obesity and other topics
mental health services
To make an appointment for counseling or to learn about other mental health services provided by Jubilee Park's on-site counselors, please call 214.887.1364
Jubilee Park mental health services are provided in partnership with Jewish Family Services.