Getcha Mind Right is a trauma awareness program that aims to strengthen the capacity of individuals and community. This program was designed to provide a space where through peer-to-peer support youth and young adults can begin to address 4 components that play a role in trauma awareness:
We intend to expose youth to viable careers, cultural opportunities, and fun by way of bike. BODB will promote healthy living, personal development, and community engagement among young people through the sport of cycling. Encouraging youth to adopt an active lifestyle by providing opportunities for regular cycling through organized rides, training programs, and events. Building a sense of community and belonging among young people by providing a supportive and inclusive environment for all members. Teaching young people about bike maintenance and repair and encouraging them to take responsibility for their own bikes. We will Promote environmental awareness by educating young people about the environmental benefits of cycling and encouraging sustainable transportation choices.
Connect Da Blocks is an initiative to improve the quality of life for residents while simultaneously building and strengthening relationships in the community. The goal is to provide a space where community members and stakeholders can organize collectively to improve neighborhood conditions, build or strengthen their blocks, access resources, resolve conflicts, heal community trauma and form a unified voice.
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