The Brighton Park Neighborhood Network (BPNN) seeks to build the capacity of our community to dramatically improve outcomes for every resident by providing comprehensive support in education, health, and employment. This work is led by community members, social service agencies, and neighborhood schools to create a safe and thriving neighborhood for all. Forty members strong, the BPNN engages institutions and community leaders in policy change campaigns in four key areas: Violence Prevention and Public Safety, Education, Health, and Financial Stability. Through our collaborative work, we connect community members to resources that promote physical, emotional, academic, and economic well-being; develop and implement initiatives to enhance our neighborhood’s social service infrastructure; and advocate for local, state, and national policies that dismantle structural inequities in our community.
Parents/ Community Members