Learning, Connecting, and Engaging to Achieve Healthy People and Healthy Places.
As a multi-faith, multicultural 501(c)(3) organization, Metro promotes social, economic, and environmental justice to create a more respectful, compassionate, and inclusive community. Metro advocates for change in community and institutional systems through collaboratives involving individuals, organizations, elected officials, and religious institutions.
Currently Metro manages four programs Environmental Health, Hunger / Nutrition, the Central California Regional Obesity Prevention Program (CCROPP), and Health Care Access.
Fresno Metro Ministry addresses community issues that affect low- and middle-income communities and populations who are unserved, underserved, or whose voices are not heard. In addressing community issues, Metros goals are to improve service delivery, improve public policy, and to build relationships across the community.
Through collaboration, Metro engages in community education, advocacy, and community problem-solving by building coalitions, networking, conducting workshops and conferences, and developing and supporting task forces.