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Residents visiting community partners' tables for free resources

The New Town Success Zone help to change the trajectory of minority health outcomes by observing National Minority Health Month.

May 06, 2022
According to the Center for Disease Control April is observed to underscore the importance of improving health outcomes for racial and ethnic minority groups.
In partnership with The Mayor’s Community Based Crime Reduction Program and Feeding Northeast Florida, The New Town Success Zone hosted a well-attended food distribution and resource health fair. 26 volunteers distributed 4,912 pounds of food to 342 residents. Citizens also received a plethora of critical health screenings, nutritional guides, medical counsel, fair housing opportunities, and information about additional wrap around services offered throughout the City of Jacksonville.
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The Mayor’s Community Based Crime Reduction Program could not be a success without the support of our Community Partners. We truly appreciate their contributions that provide vital resources and reduce crime in Northwest Jacksonville's most vulnerable neighborhoods.
Visit our Community Partners' websites for more details by clicking on their logos.

The Mayor’s Community Based Crime Reduction Program is governed by the CBCR Steering Committee. 
For more information  please contact the Project Coordinator
Sharon Pennant at