A non-profit in Denver that runs a variety of programs that aims to rescue, support, and mentor at-risk youth. Programs involve support circles, character development mentoring, intervention mentoring, tattoo removal programs, and more.
A non-profit in Los Angeles that works towards “strengthening and stabilizing communities” that have been affected by violence, poverty, and unemployment. The organization is partnered with the Mayor’s office and works to improve the relationship between law enforcement/social institutions and community members.
An organization dedicated to preventing gang involvement and youth violence in California. Outreach is done through a variety of programs, which include both developmental and in-school services. Developmental services include mentoring and community service projects. In-school services revolve around improving student achievement and creating a better and safer school environment.
Project Longevity serves youth in three communities around Connecticut: Bridgeport, Hartford, and New Haven. The organization works to end violence and support communities throughout the state that see high rates of youth violence. Programs include the Group Violence Initiative (a collaboration between parents, law enforcement, and social services to reduce violence), call-ins (direct conversations between adults and at-risk youth), community engagement, and others.