It Takes A Village To Help Communities.

We partner with organizations and communities throughout New York State and New York City to address issues of inequity in food and nutrition, education, health and employment.

ARC partners with Cornell University Cooperative Extension to generate solutions that strengthen the community in Jamaica, Queens and provide nutrition education to families in transitional housing.

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ARC partners with the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem to empower youth to make changes in their communities. Together, BGCH and ARC created a Youth Advocacy Advisory Committee, where youth will advise researchers and BGCH staff on research and engagement opportunities in their communities.

ARC partners with Field & Fork Network to evaluate New York State’s Double Up Food Bucks Program–a program to address food insecurity. ARC’s evaluation unit develops and administers evaluative instruments that capture data measuring the Double Up Food Bucks Program implementation and make recommendations for improvement.

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ARC partners with the Tree of Life Center in Jamaica, Queens to foster collaborations between action researchers at Cornell and members of the Queens community.

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ARC partners with the Salvation Army Springfield Family Residence in Jamaica, Queens to provide support services and nutrition education to families in transitional housing.
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ARC partners with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to improve health equity communications in New York City.