Mission: New brunswick tomorrow is a non-profit organization whose ideas, partnerships and initiatives are moving new brunswick's people forward.
Programs: The 0 to 21 task force convenes a wide diversity of stakeholders who are committed to improving the quality of life of new brunswick's children and youth. The task force identifies, analyzes and develops solutions to some of the most complex issues facing the city's youth. The 0 to 21 task force includes the school based youth services program (sbysp): new brunswick bridge, a comprehensive social service program located in six schools in the new brunswick school district. In 2014, 1,314 students were impacted by the program. The mission of sbysp is to improve the life prospects of new brunswick public school students, with the goal to assure academic success by building on the students' strengths and supporting them in overcoming obstacles. An additional service provided by the program, available only at the high school, is the parent linking program (plp). The goal of plp is to have the student-parent graduate high school, and delay a second pregnancy until after graduation. In 2014, 50 students were enrolled in the program.
the health task force convenes a wide diversity of stakeholders who are committed to improving the health and well-being of new brunswick residents. The task force identifies, analyzes and develops solutions to some of the most complex health issues facing our residents. Within the task force, several programs are active: the new jersey partnership for healthy kids-new brunswick was formed to reverse the trend of childhood obesity in new brunswick by improving access to affordable healthy foods and beverages and increasing opportunities for physical activity in the community; new brunswick ciclovia, a free, citywide initiative that closes the streets to cars and opens them to people, promotes healthy active living through experiencing new brunswick's vitality, livability, and diversity in a safe place for people to exercise and play. In 2014, over 4,000 residents participated in the program; live well-vivir bien new brunswick is a city-wide campaign to create awareness and inspire residents to actively participate in health and wellness resources available in new brunswick, ultimately resulting in improved quality of life and other positive outcomes.
the neighborhood/family task force consists of representatives from all of the community development efforts in the city, and representatives from a variety of city departments (police, fire, code enforcement, health, etc. ) to develop and implement multi-pronged strategies for families seeking to achieve upward economic mobility as well as an improved living environment. Within this task force, the esperanza neighborhood project is a comprehensive neighborhood improvement and revitalization initiative focused on a 57-block area of new brunswick, impacting 8,800 residents.
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