The Neighborhood Resilience Project has realized great impacts in the time of operation.
- Through 2021, the organization help facilitate more than 2,500 COVID-19 Vaccinations, deployed more than 60 times to homicides related to gun violence, provided more than 14,000 items of food and 5,000 clothing items, provided more than $23,000 in Emergency Relief and Document Recovery and had close to 200 volunteer hours through Clinicians alone such as to provide free care to the un-insured in the region.
- The Neighborhood Resilience Project also hosted groups from across the nation who had been previously trained in the Trauma Informed Community Development Framework for a Summit in June 2021.
- The organization also rolled more another Micro-Community Intervention in the Hill District and saw an improvement in overall well-being on the previous Micro-Community as analyzed by our well-being tool, imHealthy.
- The renovations of the Free Health Center space of the organization have begun and are set to finish in Mid-April such as to more than double the clinic size offering both Medical and Dental Care.
- In partnership with the Jefferson Regional Foundation, the Neighborhood Resilience Project is also rolling out work in the Mon-Valley – first by training one cohort from McKeesport, Clariton and Duquense (for a total of three cohorts) in the Trauma Informed Community Development Framework and then coaching those cohorts through the roll-out phase.
View our 2022 Annual Report
View our 2021 Annual Report
View our 2020 Annual Report