In 2015, NYC Smoke-Free Reality Check partnered with the St. Barnabas Hospital Teen Health Center. located at Union Community Health Center in the Bronx, to raise awareness about tobacco proliferation in under-served neighborhoods.
This was coordinated by Caroline D. Davis.
The video project was proposed by and features, Jayvonne Hines, a teen from the Bronx, and student leader with the St. Barnabas Hospital Teen Health Center. The video takes a hard look at tobacco companies and their targeting of minority youth. It’s part of court mandated-ad campaign by tobacco companies admitting they lied to the American public about their deadly and addictive products for decades. Filming, Production and Editing by Todd Elliott Media
Gun Violence in Urban Environments...It's ALWAYS Been a Health Issue"
VH1 Celebrity Sky from the Black Ink NY Cast recently shared on a episode the challenges she experienced being a teen mom and deciding to give her sons up for adoption. Sky was a guest speaker for the monthly Teens 4 Teens group at the St. Barnabas Hospital Teen Health Center, focusing on Teen Pregnancy Prevention.
During an after dark community health fair, Bronxnet interviews members of the Bronx Knows Committee and youth subcommittee Bronx Serving Realness. Caroline D. Davis, Co-Chair of the Bronx Serving Realness is also interviewed.
Caroline D. Davis is interviewed by Daren Jaime host of Bronxnet’s Open show. The one-on-one interview discusses the needs of Bronx youth, as well as the services and program available year round in the St. Barnabas Hospital Teen Health Center. September 2015
Bronx News 12 interviews Bronx Rapper John Brackett visiting youth participants of the St. Barnabas Hospital Teen Health Center during the holidays. Brackett shares his challenges growing up in the Bronx and how he has overcome them, one being obesity. Brackett also generously donated paraphernalia, as gifts to the youth in attendance.
Youth Participants of the St. Barnabas Hospital Summer Job Mentorship Program are interviewed by Bronx News 12. Youth Participants share their experiences about the six week long program and what they are learning throughout the program.