Resolving Conflict & Improving Lives, Since 1996
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NCM has a great impact on low-income individuals living in Pittsburgh, by providing family relationship strengthening and self-sufficiency programs that develops healthy life skills attitudes and behaviors.
Last year NCM served 464 low-income individuals living in Allegheny County (97% were African-American female headed single-parent families and high-risk school-aged youth in grades K-12) by providing life skills services and basic needs distribution. These participants were resilient and possessed strengths that assisted them in recovering from negative experiences
With a budget under $50,000 consisting of small grants, sponsors, partnerships and the assistance of 60 volunteer staff and 11 board members. NCM served 42 at risk youth by providing conflict resolution and life skills leadership training, scheduled 9 educational workshops, counseled 19 grieving families, provided family counseling sessions for 15 families, made 17 referrals to East Liberty Family Health Care Center, assisted with 10 Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Applications and engaged 79 hardship referrals in family relationship and strengthening programs, gifted 352 low-income and homeless individuals through our case-managed distribution of new winter coats, backpacks, books, school supplies, food packages and toys. All services were free.
Since 1996, NCM has resolved conflict and improved lives for over 10,000 individuals, distributed more than 6,000 backpacks, 2400 new winter coats, hats, socks, school supplies, toys and through a generous partnership, distributed free tickets to low-income kids, families and the elderly for experiences in arts & culture, education & STEM, sports and family entertainment valued over $675,000 . NCM looks forward to expanding its services in the near future to serve more individuals who need our help.