​The Crosby-Garfield Building is owned and operated by Wake County Government and houses county services that work in partnership with several community organizations. The building has a strong history as a hub for services for Southeast Raleigh. In the past 20 years, "Crosby" has been a school for African-American students and housed health programs and clinics. It currently houses programs for children, youth and families.

What services are located in the Crosby-Garfield Building now?

Learning Together serving 171 children with disabilities (age 18 months5 years)

Head Start Program – serving 179 children with federally funded programs for low-income children, and providing child care, education and social services

4-H Cooperative Extension – offering clubs, staff-led programs and projects, summer camps, teen programs, leadership experiences and after-school programs

Juvenile Child Prevention Council – offers programs for at-risk youth and for those involved in the juvenile justice system