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Engaging Communities

Collaborate with my community

PCRC believes when individuals unite and participate in local processes they create positive social change. Community members feel a sense of responsibility and ownership when they are able to shape the decisions that affect their lives. As a result, they are more likely to invest in the long-term outcomes.

We create safe environments where people can come together, find common ground, and work towards a shared goal. We do this by designing effective processes and facilitating conversations. People hear different perspectives, mend fractured relationships, and develop creative solutions for complex social issues. Current efforts address issues such as:

  • Community violence
  • Youth access to drugs and alcohol
  • Welcoming communities for immigrant families
  • Health disparities

PCRC works with communities to:

  1. Reduce cultural stigmas related to physical and mental health issues
  2. Nurture non-traditional leaders who have the power and skill to make lasting societal change
  3. Build strong partnerships that mobilize groups to take action on issues that are important to them

The impact of our community engagement work in neighborhoods, includes:

  • Dramatic declines in community and street violence
  • Stronger policies and relationships with store owners that decrease youth access to alcohol
  • Greater awareness of health related risk factors and easier access to physical and mental health care
  • Improved communication and trust between law enforcement and recent immigrant families

For meeting schedules and locations visit Attend: North Central San Mateo Prevention Partnership, Redwood City Prevention Partnership, Redwood City Together, South San Francisco Violence Prevention Coalition, Pacific Islander Initiatives, Violence Prevention Network.

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