We are currently in Phase IV of our Blueprint for Change
We aggressively seek and implement systemic solutions to racial and socio-economic inequities plaguing the Alachua County region.
Strengthening families and breaking the cycle of generational poverty through better access to child care, transportation, early education, support and mentoring.
Addressing schools’ achievement gaps, disparities in school discipline, access to early learning opportunities and a need to improve college/career readiness.
Studying issues such as recidivism, jail diversion, the decriminalization of drugs and homelessness, mental health, racial disparities and disproportionate juvenile arrests.
Focusing on the disparities in bus service for low-income neighborhoods and concentrating on the following areas to significantly improve health: tobacco use, oral health, mental health awareness and obesity.