- About Us
- Mental Health
- Family Stability
- Senior Independence
- Community Building
Families do better when they live in a strong community with economic mobility, employment security, and self-advocacy. Since challenges such as poverty, unemployment, and housing instability tend to concentrate in areas negatively impacted by a history of disinvestment, targeted investments in these neighborhoods can develop them into the kind of place that allows families to reach their full potential.
Established in October 2018, Meadow Park Initiative focuses on a neighborhood with significant barriers to long-term financial stability and educational attainment. Residents are leading the way in developing an action plan for working together to make a difference in people’s lives in the neighborhood by identifying and cultivating local leadership, building meaningful connections between neighbors, and learning about residents’ hopes and dreams for the community.
From the its start in October 2018, the Meadow Park Initiative has been making stuff happen in the neighborhood. Community gatherings, soccer, summer activities, pandemic food support, and a new mural in a refurbished Friendship Park.