Yakima will soon have new tools to tackle the areas gang problem as the Gang Free Initiative prepares to help its first group of at-risk kids. Soon, the YMCA will expand its mentor program to help more kids under the Gang Free Initiative umbrella
A new program was kicked off in Yakima today to help kids and parents lead a more healthy life. Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital, the Yakima YMCA and Pacific Northwest University have joined together to kick off Actively Changing Together (ACT). It
The City of Yakima's Gang Free Initiative group is working closely with community partners like the YMCA to help curb gang violence. YMCA Executive Director Bob Romero says they hope to change lives through the Y's mentoring program
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