Duke Children's Prom

Adolescents Transitioning to Leadership and Success presents Duke Children’s Prom 2019. A celebration for our adolescent and young adult patients. This year’s theme is: Once Upon a Prom (Fairytale Theme).

When: Saturday, April 6, 2019 - 6:00pm-9:00pm

Who: Ages 12+

Where: Duke Children’s Hospital

             2301 Erwin Road
             Durham, NC 27705

Please register for Prom 2019 by clicking HERE. Tickets will be given on a first-come, first-served basis until we reach capacity. Registration will end when we reach capacity, or by Monday, April 1, 2019.

ATLAS offers a range of Duke-affiliated services developed to foster resilience and independence in adolescents and young adults with special healthcare needs. Each program aims to help youth thrive as they transition from childhood to adulthood. In addition, ATLAS strives to provide support for parents around this transition. If you have any questions about ATLAS programming, please e-mail atlas@duke.edu or call 919-385-0842.

Learn about our Adolescents Transitioning to Leadership and Success (ATLAS) programs here

To learn more about Prom, check out this video and article.


The Duke Children’s Prom is generously funded by the I’m Not Done Yet Foundation, Meg’s Smile Foundation, and private donations. ATLAS programming is also supported by the Pratt Family Foundation, the Duke Hospital Auxiliary, and private donations.

If you would like to support Prom and other ATLAS programs, please click the blue link below, please click the blue link below. If you have any difficulties with the donation website, please contact Morgan Pope at 919-385-3121 or by email (to: morgan.pope@duke.edu, subject: ATLAS Donation)

If you would prefer to send a donation by mail, please address check to Duke University and list ATLAS (Dr. Maslow) in the memo line. Please mail check to the following address:

             ATLAS Program c/o Morgan Pope
             Duke Health Development
             710 W. Main Street, Suite 200
             Durham, NC 27701


For more information, call Amanda Rozycki at (919) 385-0842 or e-mail atlas@duke.edu.