Our community will be characterized by safe, stable families, low crime, affordable housing, and access to opportunity.
Currently: Working to curb domestic violence by reducing the number of repeat offenders through standardizing Batterers Intervention Programs within the county.
While all parents want the best for their children, not all parents have the same resources to help their children grow up healthy. Parents’ education and income levels can create, or limit, opportunities to provide their children with nurturing and stimulating environments and to model healthy behaviors.
These opportunities and obstacles, along with their health impacts, accumulate over time and can be transmitted across generations as children grow up and become parents themselves.