Currently, the Northeast Community Center’s Board is assessing the quality of life issues of those who live and work in the area. What they learn will guide their planning for the Community Center’s work for the next decade. When the need for services is anticipated to grow, new sources of revenue will be needed to meet those needs.
With the opening of a new medical clinic in January 2011, low-income, refugees, and uninsured families gained affordable health care access. A few months later, a full-service dental clinic began seeing patients on the new facility’s second level. In April, the community joined the Board of the Center, area dignitaries, and donors to celebrate the recently completed 31,000 square foot facility opening.
The Center has now completed the fourth phase of this expansion. Since completing the Lower Level and modifying space within the original building for The ZoNE, the Center’s new programming arm, and modifying space for early childhood learning, pharmacy services, support activities, and other services to help families achieve their goals.