The Mission Promise Neighborhood (MPN) seeks to improve academic achievement for Mission children and youth by creating an integrated system of education, financial, health and social supports.
MPN is a collective of 20 community based organizations, six city agencies, four community schools, and thousands of children and their parents. Together, we are guaranteeing that all Mission children, youth and their families achieve academic excellence and economic self-sufficiency.
In 2014, we had over 800 families enrolled in the MPN pipeline. Families are enrolled in MPN through a community partner or a family success coach (FSC) located at each of the four target schools. The coaches help families set goals and connect parents with the right services to meet their goals.
Mission Promise Neighborhood Family Success Story
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