"LIFE ISN'T ALWAYS KOOL"

Factors of Youth Violence

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to provide our participants with technical support services and community-building  ideas that will improve their daily lives and uplift their living standards.  We are committed to partnering with schools, agencies, and community organizations to open the opportunity to live safe and healthy lifestyles.

We believe the systems that we introduce to communities we engage with offer multiple possibilities and viable solutions in the current world climate that will result in building successful 21st century communities.

OUR VISION

National Community Partnership is an Atlanta based non-profit organization that combines Community Transformation Solutions, Transitional Learning Systems, Outreach Strategies and Training.  We work with the four pillars of the community - the Church, the Family, the School, and the Government to develop systems, implement short and long term projects and provide information, training and technical services to support these projects.

WHO WE ARE

NCP is a nationally-recognized public health, market research and social-marketing agency that specializes in developing cost-effective, cutting-edge and culturally relevant messages for hard-to-reach, at-risk and underserved audiences.  NCP is headquartered in Atlanta, with satellite projects in Detroit, Harrisburg and Philadelphia.  NCP has its origins 1997, when Senior Managing Director Nathan Waters established the business while he served as the Program Manager for the Fulton County Youth Violence Prevention Initiative.  Waters reflected on how hip-hop urban youth were consistently left out of mainstream intervention messages dealing with social, health, education and economic issues.

NCP has produced and implemented a wide array of results-oriented social-marketing projects for hard-to-vulnerable, at-risk audiences, in both urban and rural settings.

NCP's partners list spans more than 30 public and private sector partners nationwide, including:  federal, state and city governments;  colleges and universities;  large and small non profits;  foundations;  hospitals/health systems; corporations and entertainment studios.

NCP creates new and innovative solutions that positively impact the challenging problems that plague urban and other underserved communities.

We are Creative, Innovative and Positive
HOW WE WORK:
  • Executing Behavior Change Intervention

  • Reducing & Addressing Health & Social Disparities

  • Advocating for Diversity & Systems Changes

  • Producing Culturally Relevant Communications

  • Eliminating Stigmas

  • Sharing Knowledge & Skills

  • Empowering Communities

  • “Bring The Love Back”  and "In the Kool Zone" public service advertising (PSA) campaigns.

  • An unparalleled network of citizens, professionals, and organizations who implement youth serving programs at the grass root level.

  • High-quality educational materials of all types including curriculum, booklets, brochures, program kits, music, and posters.

  • Demonstration programs that involve schools, youth, and community groups that test theories in the everyday world and provide knowledge vital to effective violence prevention and community building.

  • Training for national, state, and local violence prevention practitioners, community leaders, schools, youth groups, and other key members of the community.

  • The National Urban League – 114 affiliates in 39 states, and federal, state, and local organizations committed to violence prevention.

  • In the Kool Zone Health & Safety System educational products and programs that help reinforce important violence prevention messages.

OUR WORK INCLUDES:
IN THE KOOL ZONE

Kool Zone / 'kul 'zon / noun1.  An area designate for positive activities.  2.  A safe place to have fun

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CONTACT

404.918.5321

 

25 Park Place  NE

Suite 207

Atlanta, GA 30303

 

info@livekool.org

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