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The S.T.R.I.K.E. (Start Teaching Resilience In Kids Early) Force concept allows for children, parents, schools, agencies and communities to come together to learn and promote healthy lifestyle choices. The idea of being a part a team and making a difference will promote healthy mental health outcomes.
The concept also allows for highly visible members of the community to state their involvement and dedication to promoting healthy lifestyles choices in their communities.
Gullotta House is a non-profit organization aiding residents of Westchester County who face financial or other hardships by providing food vouchers, scholarships to aid with the payment for education, outings and community entertainment events, holiday assistance and by aiding community organizations and programs by providing additional assistance to their clients and participants.
Hudson River Health s goal is to increase access to comprehensive primary and preventive health care and to improve the health status of our community, especially for the underserved and vulnerable.
The Peekskill MBK partners with Home Run Against Drugs to help further the My Brother's Keeper initiative.
Nepperhan Community Center provides a safe nurturing environment where children of all ages are equipped with necessary life skills. Their educational, social, spiritual, and emotional needs are addressed through interactive events, such as academic enrichment, sports, cultural arts, and workshops focusing on boosting self-esteem, confidence conflict resolution, and team building, while they learn to value and appreciate cultural diversity.
At NCC, we believe our children can fly!
The Yonkers MBK partners with Home Run Against Drugs to help further the My Brother's Keeper initiative.
Yonkers YWCA partner with Home Run Against Drugs!
The Mt. Vernon Police Department supports Home Run Against Drugs!
The City of Mt. Vernon supports Home Run Against Drugs!
Our mission is to offer comprehensive, positive youth development services to youth ages 6-24 throughout the continuum of childhood to adulthood. We are committed to supporting generations of youth and families by developing, implementing, and monitoring safe and effective programs that support experiential learning, along with physical, social and emotional well-being.
New Rochelle MBK partners with Home Run Against Drugs to help further the My Brother's Keeper initiative.