FARE engages and builds the capacity of community members most affected by the social determinants of health and partners with grassroots organizations to address key issues in Cleveland’s neighborhoods. FARE believes that using an equity framework and centering resident voices in decision making has the power to address critical immediate needs and long term systemic change in our communities.

FARE convenes stakeholders, develops new and complex partnerships, provides training and support to community leaders, and develops and implements programs that reach and engage community members that other programs often miss. This comprehensive approach and FARE’s nimble structure make it possible to respond to local needs as they emerge and improve the health of people most impacted by disparities.