- Reduce crime by encouraging residents and neighborhoods to work with police to decrease crime and increase safety in KC
- Improve city services so that residents don’t have to live with potholes and trash lined streets
- Revitalize neighborhoods by turning vacant homes into affordable housing
- Increase economic development and job training opportunities so that residents can make a livable wage
Joseph worked with the director of the Health Department Dr. Rex Archer and Health Department on the Community Health Improvement Plan or (CHIP), because unfortunately where you live in Kansas City, impacts how long you live. There is a 14 year difference in life expectancy from neighborhoods north of the river compared to those south of the river.