More than a 120 underprivileged families in Jacksonville will have one less worry this upcoming school year ... quality daycare. The Don Brewer Center, will reopen in August through the Head Start Program. Channel 4's Tarik Minor joins us live from the Eastside with more on what this means for the neighborhood...Tarik? 3 3 LIVE - The opening of this center will take some of the strain off of more than a hundred families who are eligible for free childcare. It's all made possible by an 18 million dollar grant from the federal governmet, that in the end will give kids, more stability in their lives. 3 00-0525-311:18-1:24 14:33:38"i think something positive will give people hope in this area."Joyce Wright says reopening the Don Brewer Center is precisely what this Eastside community needs. Just two days ago, a young man was shot and killed right down the street from the center. Wright hopes the services the center offers will have an a overall positive effect. SOT 14:33:20"In this area alone, the crime rate is very high, and we need a positive entity in this area." 13:34:32"these services are designed to foster stable family relationships, enhance physical and emotional well being and develop cognitive skills."Mayor Brown says Lutheran Services of Florida signed a 5 year lease to operate with the Childrens Commission - opening a federally funded daycare facility, for the kids who need it the most. The programs aren't only focusing on the kids 2 months to 6 years old, they'll also encourage parent engagment, while at the same time providing the kids with balanced nutritious meals. There ' s even a program designed to show men how to be a better father.13:35:38"this agreement will ensure that needy children in this community, once again will be able to come to the don brewer center and benifite through childhood education in the whole process." 13:48:05"every dollar invested in early childhood development for disadvantaged children, produces a 7 - 10 percent return, per child per year, that's huge." 3 TAG - Enrollment begins today, the services would have cost parents roughly $11,000 a year, but through the public private partenership and grant, it's absolutely free Tarik...this daycare is free to low income families that meet certain criteria to qualify...but how much would a service like this normally cost?