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Northeast Community Council, Inc. d/b/a North East Community Center (NECC) Notice to Beneficiaries: Protection Under the Title VI Civil Rights Act
The Northeast Community Council, Inc., also known as the North East Community Center (NECC), operates its programs without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Any person who believes that she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with NECC.
For more information on the NECC Civil Rights Program, and the procedures to file a complaint, contact: Jennie Poidomani, Administrative Director North East Community Center 51 South Center Street, Millerton NY 12546. Phone: 518-789-4259 ext. 100 E-mail: jennie@neccmillerton.org
A complaint may be filed directly with the Federal Transit Administration by filing a complaint with: Federal Transit Administration Office of Civil Rights Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator East Building, 5th Floor TCR 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20590

 

The North East Community Center seeks to build a healthy, caring, responsive and welcoming community for all who live and visit here. NECC acts as a catalyst for that community vision through its partnerships with other organizations and by offering social, educational, recreational and cultural programs and services to help meet community needs.

 

In our strategic plan, adopted July 2008, we set out the following priorities to guide our work over the next three years:

  • Ensure quality out-of-school activities that support the development and academic achievement of young people and reduce the likelihood of harmful behaviors.
  • Address gaps in family supports and social services.
  • Maintain community cohesion and neighborliness even as the community changes due to increasing numbers of higher income, commuter, weekender and immigrant households.
  • Increase civic participation and responsibility for community problem-solving.