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Long Branch Collective Action For Youth

CHEER serves as the lead partner for Long Branch Collective Impact for Youth (LBCAY), a multi-year collaborative impact project. LBCAY brings together community organizations. CHEER serves as the lead partner for Long Branch Collective Impact for Youth (LBCAY), a multi-year collaborative impact project. LBCAY brings together community organizations, residents and youth to initiate an agreed-upon common agenda, goals and shared measures to achieve them. Currently in its 4th year, LBCAY plans mutually-reinforcing activities and coordinates with other organizations to improve outcomes for middle and high school youth living in the Long Branch area.

A stakeholder group made up of adult community members, youth, human service providers and community organizations meets regularly in order to refine the unified plan of actions developed during year 1 of the project. Stakeholders have identified key areas of focus in 2023 in order to utilize current assets, coordinate activities and propose strategies that are most likely to lead to better outcomes for youth.

For more information about the LBCAY effort, please contact Bruce Baker by email at bruce@communitycheer.org

Newsletter

Reports

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  • Click here to read the Jan 2023 Stakeholder's Meeting Notes

  • Click here to read the 2021 LBCAY Unified Plan

  • Click here to read the LBCAY Unified Plan Process Map

  • Click here to read the LBCAY Focus Group Qualitative Findings Presentation

  • Click here to read the August 2020 LBCAY Stakeholder's Assessment

  • Click here to read the Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) Group Summary

  • Click here to read Prepare for Action! An Implementation Guide for Facilitators of Participatory Action Research

Archived Newsletters

  • Click here to read the July 2023 issue

  • Click here to read the March 2023 issue

  • Click here to read the December 2022 issue

  • Click here to read the September 2022 issue

  • Click here to read the May-July 2022 issue

  • Click here to read the February-March 2022 issue

Questions?

Please contact Bruce Baker, CHEER Executive Director, at bruce@communitycheer.org.

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