Bronx Rises Against Gun Violence

The Bronx Rises Against Gun Violence (B.R.A.G.) program at Good Shepherd Services is a partial Cure Violence site that encompasses the Fordham, University Heights, Morrisania Heights, and Mount Hope neighborhoods within the 46th Precinct of the Bronx. Founded in 1947, Good Shepherd Services is a youth and family service agency which states, as its purpose, [...]

Safe Space, Inc.

Safe Space was founded in 1919 and originally known as the Queensboro Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Its mission remains to help "ensure the safety and stability of youth in Queens." The organization offers shelter, child abuse prevention, mental health assistance, school-based programming, HIV/AIDs prevention and awareness, and street outreach. As a [...]

Violence Out Brownsville

CAMBA, Inc. is a non-profit agency founded in 1977 for the purpose of "connect[ing] people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life."  It manages over 150 integrated services and programs, including education and youth development initiatives. Violence Out Brownsvile is a newly formed Cure Violence affiliate in New York City. The program is scheduled [...]

SNUG (Bronx)

Founded more than 200 years ago, New York City Mission Society works with the city's most disenfranchised and underserved populations. The organization manages a multi-million dollar portfolio of programs and services ranging from college and career preparation assistance to restorative justice programming. The Mission Society launched the SNUG (guns spelled backwards) program in 2010 to [...]

SNUG (East Harlem)

Founded more than 200 years ago, New York City Mission Society works with the city's most disenfranchised and underserved populations. The organization manages a multi-million dollar portfolio of programs and services ranging from college and career preparation assistance to restorative justice programming. The Mission Society launched the SNUG (guns spelled backwards) program in 2010 to [...]

SNUG (Central Harlem)

Founded more than 200 years ago, New York City Mission Society works with the city's most disenfranchised and underserved populations. The organization manages a multi-million dollar portfolio of programs and services ranging from college and career preparation assistance to restorative justice programming. In 2010, the Mission Society launched the SNUG (guns spelled backwards) program to [...]

S.O.S. (Crown Heights)

The Center for Court Innovation (CCI) advocates criminal justice reforms designed to reduce crime and improve public trust in the justice system. It oversees a number of programs, including Save Our Streets (S.O.S.), an anti-gun violence program based on the Cure Violence Model of prevention. (Read about the program on Vice news.) The S.O.S. program [...]

S.O.S. (Bedford-Stuyvesant)

The Center for Court Innovation (CCI) advocates criminal justice reforms designed to reduce crime and improve public trust in the justice system. It oversees a number of programs, including Save Our Streets (S.O.S.), an anti-gun violence program based on the Cure Violence Model of prevention. S.O.S. Bed-Stuy (in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant) is an [...]