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Youth Violence

Reduction Partnership

Community Crisis Intervention Program (CCIP)

CCIP combats violence by intervening where the violence is most prevalent. We use credible messengers who are products of Philadelphia's most violent neighborhoods as outreach workers to foster meaningful relationships with would be perpetrators as well as law abiding residents. CCIP works to provide those involved in criminal activities with positive alternatives.  We respond to neighborhood crisis with mediation and resources and a willingness to support anyone looking for a peaceful alternative . 

Intensive Prevention

Services (IPS)

IPS provides early intervention programming for boys and girls ages 10 to 17 years old who;


  • Have been exhibiting at-risk behaviors in school, home or in the community 

  • Are having discipline problems at school or recurring conflicts at home

  • Have been diverted from possible arrest or formal court involvement.

Community Engagement
To engage, mobilize and offer technical assistance to help community stakeholder and residents become effective change agents in their community. We will work with  neighborhoods to help them develop capacities, goals, strategies, and resources. We empower communities to make good decisions and action plans to create safe and healthy environments for children, youth and families.
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Community Partners

Urban Affairs Coalition  |  The Brotherly Initiative  |  Philadelphia Department of Human Services  |  Juvenile Justice Services (DHS)


Philadelphia Police Department  |  The School District of Philadelphia  |  Drexel University | Temple University 


Children's Hospital of Philadelphia | Mothers in Charge  |  Fathers and Children Together 


  |  Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office  |  Adult and Juvenile Probation  


  |  Office of Violence Prevention | PHMC 


HACE Management Company | Power Corps | Mural Arts | Connect Training Services – Mentoring Youth Fathers

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