Youth Development

Choice for All

aka CFA

Roosevelt, NY


Choice For All is an emerging non-profit dedicated to serve as a center of support for youth, family and community development. We do so by focusing on community-based research, advocacy work and supportive services to improve the quality of life for youth and families in Roosevelt, NY.

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Mr. Jacob Dixon

Main Address

PO Box 89 59 Babylon Turnpike

Roosevelt, NY 11575 USA


Family Life, Youth Development, Community Building, Advocacy Work, Supportive Services





Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C. (P99)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (O01)

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By June 31, 2020, every child in Roosevelt will graduate high school on time, enroll and graduate from a post-secondary education, be it vocational training, military service, technical school, junior college or a four year university. Families will be supported to reach optimal emotional and physical health, as well as economic security. Community residents will feel a safe, vibrant neighborhood that is thriving in its commercial tax base and supporting locally owned businesses.

Community Based Research
* Identify community based data that assesses assets and areas of improvement
* Engaging residents in identify and evaluating community data
* Providing opportunities to share results and engage in action-oriented dialogue

* Being a trusted community voice
* Engage and mobilize community residents, leaders and organizations
* Empowering and “giving voice” to youth and families in Roosevelt and those who serve them
* Using collaborative leadership to build and/or participate in strategic alliances, coalition and multi-sector partnerships

Supportive Services
*Developing, scaling and sustaining innovative, community-based supportive services proven to be effective to youth and families.

Choice For All’s capability to achieve results are:

Moral Capital & Brand
* We are a trusted, highly effective and emerging leader in youth and family development

* Youth and families
* Residents
* Community, State and National Partners
* Diverse Expertise of Board of Directors, Staff and Volunteers Leaders in education, not-for-profit, social justice, community development, finance and health
* Government & Business

Financial Resources
* Diversifying funding of grants and contracts from foundations, government and corporations
* Enhancing fundraising abilities that directly impacts programming, services and advocacy work
* Mission-related work is priority in our fiscal spending

Choice For All uses a variety of tools to measure progress through a combination of quantitative and qualitative data. Bridging numbers with the voices of the residents is our strongest resource in understanding our social impact our work has on youth and families, as well as public policies. Findings are made publicly available through our annual Impact Report.

In collaboration with more than 20 community partners, Choice For All has made great strives in ensuring all children graduate from a post-secondary education, families reaching independence and communities feeling safe and vibrant from January to December 2013:

* Provided over 100 youth and families with quality out of school supports, counseling and advocacy work in immigration, housing and CSE (Committee on Special Education) cases.

* Facilitated over 10 community forums within our first year and an half of operation with a combined average attendance of 105 residents each to discuss community strengths and areas of improvement.

* Engaged in an effective environmental justice campaign to assess knowledge, attitudes and behaviors connected to remediating Brownfield and high asthma rate in which selected site in our campaign is in process of full remediation by Summer 2014, as well as advocated for the DEC to update its list of contaminated sites.

* Lead a grassroots campaign in collaboration with local and regional organizations, as well as ministries to increase civic engagement in Roosevelt through voters education, get out the vote campaign and designing an action center for residents to have direct contact with elected officials – resulting in a 54% increase in voting participation in local and special district elections.

* Developed a two-phased published research report on the community of Roosevelt through a 14 indicator lens focused on education, health, community and economic growth.

* Facilitated a collaborative meeting with community partners with New York State Education Department advocating for more community input in school transformation of our local school district

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Have the board and senior staff reviewed the conflict-of-interest policy and completed and signed disclosure statements in the past year?

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Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership?

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Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years?

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