Thank you for taking the time to explore our website! NIA was founded in 2003 to empower our local community in Trenton, NJ. We strive to educate, empower and support our community in any way we can!
NIA's Initiative has drastically reduced the amount of illegal dumping sites in Trenton, NJ! Illegal dumping of garbage, abandoned automobiles, household appliances, construction and demolition debris, and other waste poses several risks to the environment and the general public. If you want to volunteer with us, send us an email in the "Contact Us" section below!
NIA is committed to helping our community! We work to address issues such as housing insecurity and environmental racism through projects such as our Redevelopment Project.
NIA has recently taken on the Comprehensive Community Violence Prevention Strategy. The project, STRYVE is an acronym that stands for Striving to Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere. NIA will undertake this strategy as one of our economic empowerment projects.
This project aims to bring a public health, preventative approach to work on youth violence.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals!
"Changing Lives by: Opening Doors & Building Communities"
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Polluted site in Trenton, former dry cleaners, to get $2M cleanup
A notorious polluted site in West Trenton is set for renewal, thanks to a federal grant of almost $2 million. Local, state and federal leaders said they hope the remediation work will allow for new development at the site and a revitalization of the neighborhood.
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