“We can’t build healthier communities in the 21st century without working with youth,” says NJHI Director Bob Atkins in his latest Op-Ed for the Vineland Daily Journal. Outlining key reasons why all youth—from the highest academic achievers to those currently not enrolled in school—should have the tools and opportunity to participate in building healthier communities for their families, friends, and neighbors, he also explains how NJHI aims to engage youth 14-21 years old. Read the full Op-Ed by clicking here.
Engaging Youth is Key to Building Healthier Communities
December 19, 2016