Within low-income apartment complexes in South King County, which have the highest rates of poverty and school failure in King County, New Futures works with residents to develop programs that build skills, foster connectedness, and promote strengths. In 2007 we served 1,100 individuals with integrated, culturally-competent services that are located in their neighborhoods, and impacted 3,500 families within the apartment complexes. New Futures was praised by external partners and by the families we serve as a nurturing space where children and families acn find both resources and support, and where neighbors come together to get to know one another.
Mission: New Futures partners with families to create communities where children thrive. Our integrated, culturally-relevant programs in low-income apartment complexes build skills, foster connectedness and promote strengths.
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