JUNE IS PRIDE MONTH

Research suggests that LGBTQ+ individuals face health disparities linked to societal stigma, discrimination, and denial of their civil and human rights.  Youth are especially vulnerable.  Read more about these health disparities and see what you can do to help.

Visit the Pride Center Calendar & Outright Vermont Calendar for LGBTQ+ affirming social events

Check out the St. Johnsbury HUB Calendar for June

 

 

NEK Prosper! envisions a community where everyone is: Mentally Healthy, Well Housed, Financially Secure, Well Nourished, Physically Healthy

Our work to achieve each outcome is done by our Collaborative Action Networks (CANs).
CANs are groups of cross-sector practitioners and individuals who organize around one of the NEK Prosper! community level outcomes, develop and implement action plans to achieve the outcome, and use continuous improvement processes to measure their impact and improve their strategies over time.

NEK Prosper! recognizes and acknowledges the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation as the traditional stewards of this land we occupy.  We acknowledge, appreciate and honor the indigenous people who have been living on, working on and caring for the land from time immemorial.

We recognize that colonialism, racism and the oppression of Native peoples is an ongoing process.  We commit to building our awareness of our present participation.