Mission: Neighborhood rehabilitation and development the mission of the organization is "to build a vibrant community in western independence through advocacy and service"
Programs: Community center providing weekly recreational events and nutrition for senior citizens in the ares. Service provided to over 400 individuals. The nutrition program is the provider of meals for the independence meals on wheels and jobone shelter workshop. Nwcdc provided an average of 175 lunches per day. Nwcdc offer numerous activities and access to other programs through its staff, partners and volunteers. Our 150+ volunteers devoted over 6,000 hours.
neighborhood rehabilitation and community development through use of city of independence governmental grants and programs. Neighborhoods were improved through the city wide home repair program and the availability of the new and redeveloped homes provided through nwcdc. The home repair program improved homes through roof repairs, heating and a/c, sewer repairs, electrical and plumbing through the grants provided through the city of independence, mo.
community action. The nwcdc worked together to assist in providing assistance to the community. Several programs such as tabitha's closet, neighborhood network, and neighborhood organizations affect positively and bring value and programs to help those within the area to live a better life through health initiatives, for food, non-smoking, exercise, etc.