"The most important word in our name is the word Network. James Mills, our founder, recognized that violence prevention and substance abuse reduction require tremendous collaboration. We are very thankful for all of our partners."
George D. Mosee, Esq.
Your tax-deductible monetary contributions and other donations, such as computers and vehicles, will help support our various educational, social, and developmental programs for our youth partners.
The Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN) is one of the Philadelphia's leading non-profit agencies dedicated to addressing drug abuse and violence among our youth and their families.
We work to transform their lives through drug intervention, counseling, education, job readiness, community service, academic achievement and various empowerment programs.
We are committed to creating social change by continuing to build strong relationships with our broad-based partnerships.
To promote community safety through the reduction of drug abuse and violence and through the development and implementation of programs that prevents juvenile delinquency and recidivism, as well as young adult criminality and recidivism.
We promote positive human development and transformation.
PAAN MAKING A DIFFERENCE
"PAAN changed my life around. I was on the streets hustling, doing my thing. I enrolled in the job readiness program, graduated and was hired. Now, I'm able to take care of my son the right way."
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