Agape services take two-generation approach

Memphis agency helps families sustain Household Livelihood Security

By , Guest Columnist Published: July 28, 2019 4:00 AM CT
David Jordan
Guest Columnist

David Jordan

David Jordan has been the president and CEO of Agape Child & Family Services since 1995. He has worked in the social service field for 33 years. A graduate of David Lipscomb University, he also earned a Master of Science degree in social work from the University of Tennessee. He lives in Memphis with his wife Theresa.

Both David and Agape have received numerous awards and recognitions for their service in the Mid-South communities.

Services are simultaneously delivered to parents and children, and may include case management, counseling, tutoring, mentoring and life skills development.


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