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Ad-Hoc Group Against Crime - Thinking For A Change
Damon Daniel
3116 Prospect Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64128
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Phone: 816-861-5500
Fax: 816-861-0003
Link: Thinking for a Change
2017 Award: $ 60,000 Program Summary: Thinking for a Change (T4C) is an integrated, cognitive behavioral change program for offenders that include cognitive restructuring, social skills development, and development of problem solving skills. Area: Perpetrator Violence
ArtsTech - Project
David Sullivan
1522 Holmes Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
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Phone: 816-461-0201
Fax: 816-461-0210
Link: ArtsTech - Project "Respeto"
2017 Award: $ 45,000 Program Summary: For At-risk teens & their families; uses dance, music, anger management, career exploration, and parental skill development; programs at Northeast High School. Area: Gang Intervention
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kansas City - Media Arts & Music Matters (MAMM)
Jason Roth
4001 Blue Parkway
Suite 102
Kansas City, MO 64130
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Phone: 816-361-3600
Fax: 816-361-3675
Link: Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kansas City
2017 Award: $40,000 Program Summary: Media Arts & Music Matters Gang Prevention - Experiential learning opportunities for teens; uses learning every facet of the music/video production process from local professionals & media; compositions will focus on the COMBAT violence prevention themes; at Thornberry and Independence club. Area: Gang Intervention
Center for Conflict Resolution - Conflict Resolution Skills
Gregory Winship
1734 E. 63rd Street
Suite 305
Kansas City, MO 64110
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Phone: 816-461-8255
Fax: 816-461-8222
Link: Center for Conflict Resolution
2017 Award: $ 60,000 Program Summary: For middle/high school youth who are at-risk for violence; combines Conflict Resolution skills training & Restorative Justice: those involved in conflict work together to solve issues before violence occurs; programs at Hickman Mills, Independence, and Kansas City School Districts. Area: Conflict Resolution/Restorative Justice
Dismas House of Kansas City, Inc. - Project DAVID
Rev. Ladell Flowers
3100 Main Street
Suite 301
Kansas City, MO 64111
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Phone: 816-531-6050
Fax: 816-756-0857
Link: Dismas House of Kansas City, Inc. - Project DAVID
2017 Award: $ 40,000 Program Summary: Anti-Violence Intervention and Deterrent program; long-term, outpatient, faith-based and community-based program designed to help perpetrators of violence remediate their behaviors and develop long-term coping skills to maintain that remediation. Area: Perpetrator Violence
Full Employment Council
Clyde McQueen
1740 Paseo Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 64108
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Phone: 816-691-2256
Fax: 816-471-0132
2017 Award: $40,000 Grant Match Summary: The Full Employment Council’s (FEC) Work Connections Program will serve youth and young adult ex-offenders who are 18 to 24 years old. The program will provide educational and employment skills and access to job training for at-risk youth and young adult ex-offenders to obtain sustainable and meaningful education, occupational skills training, and employment opportunities.
High Aspirations
Henry Wash
6320 Brookside Plaza
Suite 263
Kansas City, MO 64113
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Phone: 816-305-3334
Fax: 816-363-3457
2017 Award: $20,000 Grant Match Summary: High Aspirations (HA) is a home-grown Kansas City, MO, non-profit organization, providing a proactive mentoring program to address the social, emotional, academic, and spiritual needs of black males ages 8 to 18 in the city’s urban core. HA’s deep commitment to link at-risk boys and young men to positive influences, specifically the wisdom, experience, and guidance of successful adult male mentors and peer-to-peer accountability and support. Preventing negative behaviors including violence prevention is an essential message delivered throughout HA programs.
Jackson County Family Court - Parenting with Love and Limits
Elizabeth Orth
2729 Gillham Road
Kansas City, MO 64108
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Phone: 816-881-6535
Fax: 816-881-6504
Link: Jackson County Family Court - Parenting with Love and Limits
2017 Award: $40,000 Program Summary: Youth under the supervision of the felony diversion program, or community alternatives to; stabilizes the family to prevent further penetration into juvenile justice system; safely transition into the community through high parent and community involvement. Area: Parenting & Family Interventions
Kansas City Public Schools
Dr. Anthony Lewis
2901 Troost Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64109
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Phone: 816-418-7000
Fax: 816-418-7110
Link: Kansas City Missouri School District
2017 Award: $40,000 Grant Match Summary: Funding will provide restorative discipline training to the staff of the two Kansas City middle schools, Central and Northeast. This training will include ways for the staff to promote conflict resolution skills in students. This program will reduce school-discipline, suspension, and increase attendance and academic performance. The second phase of this program will focus on four selected high schools: Central, East, Northeast, and Southeast. Intelligence from law enforcement will be combined with school information, such as truancy, academic performance and behavior, to identify youth who might be close to violence. The high school program uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which aims at changing the way youth traditionally react to everyday situations that might place them in danger. In addition KC NoVA speakers will speak to high school students about the great toll of violence on individuals, their families, and the community.
KC Mothers In Charge
Rosilyn Temple
3200 Wayne
Suite 124
Kansas City, MO 64109
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Phone: 816-606-8118
2017 Award: $23,049 Grant Match Summary: KC Mothers in Charge (KC MIC) is a group of mothers of homicide victims, other family members and members of caring community committed to prevent others from experiencing the tragedy of homicide, KC MIC helps families of homicide victims cope with the devastating trauma of a violent death; helps them find support and develop connections with others and build resiliency during the grieving process; and, as part of their healing journey, empowers them to help others and to make their community safer. The Hope and Healing Support Program provides a wide range of support services in the aftermath of a homicide including trauma-informed crisis intervention and compassionate support, explaining police procedures, helping families manage grief, confusion and anger and encouraging them and the bystanders and neighbors to talk to and give information to the police.
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