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Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
Intensive Prevention Services (IPS)
Provides intensive enrichment programming for boys and girls ages 10 - 17.

Services include:
  • Academic support and referrals as needed
    • Social and emotional competency building
    • Mentoring

    • Recreation
    • Work ready programming
    • Community service opportunities
  • 2700 North Seventeenth Street
    Suite 200 Lehigh Pavilion
    Philadelphia, PA 19132
    Eligibility: Boys and girls ages 10 to 17 who exhibit high-risk or at-risk behaviors.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
    Community Crisis Intervention Program (CCIP)
    Combats violence by intervening where the violence is most prevalent. Works to provide those involved in criminal activities with positive alternatives. Responds to neighborhood crises with mediation and resources to support anyone looking for a peaceful alternative.
    2700 North Seventeenth Street
    Suite 200 Lehigh Pavilion
    Philadelphia, PA 19132
    Eligibility: Serves all Philadelphia residents.
    Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 9:00am to 8:00pm
    Thursday and Friday, 9:00am to 4:00am
    Saturday and Sunday, 3:00pm to 12:00am
    Centre County Youth Service Bureau
    Prevention Programs
    Provides prevention services in schools as well as at the CCYSB youth centers and street outreach sites. Prevention Programs are designed to address the risks that make it more likely that kids will use drugs and alcohol or make other unsafe decisions. They include educational activities as well as educational presentations for schools, community groups, and parents.
    325 West Aaron Drive
    State College, PA 16803
    Eligibility: Call for information
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Collective Climb
    Restorative Community Project (RCP)
    Offers a two-part program focused on cultivating a restorative framework and restorative practices. Part One educates participants about restorative mental models through a 32-hour training facilitated during a nature-based retreat. During Part Two, participants conduct a participatory action research project exploring marronage (a community-based realization of freedom) in 12 sessions over 3 months. Program cohorts contain 10 youth. Paids participants a $450 stipend.
    Eligibility: Students in grades 9 through 12 attending Philadelphia high schools
    Hours: Program dates and hours vary; call or email for more information.
    Community of Compassion CDC
    Community Evening Resource Center
    Offers structured activities and safe spaces for youth who are at risk, and for those who have come to the attention of the Philadelphia Police after a curfew violation. Programs offered include job readiness training, coding, conflict resolution, violent prevention, mentoring, service linkages, family engagement, and other activities.
    6150 Cedar Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19143
    Eligibility: Residents of Philadelphia subject to the city's curfew law.
    Hours: Monday through Sunday, 7:00pm to 2:00am
    Drop-ins welcome 7:00pm to 10:00pm
    Family Services of Montgomery County
    Cheltenham Communities That Care (CTC)
    CHELTENHAM COMMUNITIES THAT CARE (CTC) is an initiative that organizes the Cheltenham and West Oak Lane communities to reduce the risk factors that contribute to youth violence and substance abuse. Cheltenham CTC creates various strategies aimed at keeping youth safe and drug-free. Strategies applied include programmatic, environmental, and social marketing campaigns.

    For more information on Cheltenham CTC, visit www.cheltenhamcommunitiesthatcare.org.
    3125 Ridge Pike
    Eagleville, PA 19403
    Eligibility: Live and/or work in Cheltenham and West Oak Lane
    Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; program hours vary
    Fulton County Family Partnership
    Communities That Care (CTC)
    Prevents youth violence, delinquency and drug use, and promotes positive youth development and strong families.
    22438 Great Cove Road, Suite 102
    McConnellsburg, PA 17233
    Eligibility: Residents
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
    Greater Philadelphia Community Alliance
    Community Evening Resource Center (CERC)
    Offers structured activities and safe spaces for youth who are at risk, and those who have come to the attention of the Philadelphia Police after a curfew violation. Programs offered include job readiness training, coding, conflict resolution, violent prevention, mentoring, service linkages, family engagement, and other activities. Provides referral service for families needing additional resources and services.
    1920 South 20th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19145
    Eligibility: Residents of Philadelphia who are subject to the city's curfew law and their families
    Hours: Monday through Sunday, 7:00pm to 2:00am
    Drop-ins welcome, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
    Institute for the Development of African-American Youth
    Don't Fall Down in the Hood
    Offers an intensive, multi-cultural, community-based treatment program designed to reduce juvenile crime. Through case management, works with youth and their families individually, in the community, at school, and at home. Program runs 4 to 6 months and covers self stabilization, self development, and ongoing sustainability. Provides a daily meal and public transit funds. Helps youth identify resources, groups, and events that provide opportunities to interact positively with their communities.
    2305 North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19132
    Eligibility: Philadelphia youth, ages 13 to 21, at risk of becoming victims or perpetrators of violent crime; and youth charged with theft, assault, narcotics, and firearms from Philadelphia Family Court and Youth Aid Panels
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 4:00pm to 7:00pm
    Institute for the Development of African-American Youth
    Community Evening Resource Center
    Offers structured activities and a safe space for youth. Activities include academic help, cooking classes, coding, conflict resolution training, family engagement, job readiness training, mental health support, mentoring, sports activities, and violence prevention. Provides referral services for families needing additional resources and services.
    2305 North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19132
    Eligibility: Residents of Philadelphia who are subject to the city's curfew law and their families
    Hours: Monday through Sunday, 7:00pm to 2:00am
    Institute for the Development of African-American Youth
    Southwest Prevention Program
    Southwest Prevention Program (SWPP) provides young, at risk, residents of Southwest Philadelphia with a four-day comprehensive, community-based prevention program. Youth are referred to SWPP once they have committed a firsttime and/or minor offense, are in need of academic assistance, and/or are functioning inappropriately at home.
    5800 Kingsessing Avenue
    Youth Access Center, 2nd Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19143
    Eligibility: Call for information
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 1:30pm to 9:30pm
    Institute for the Development of African-American Youth
    Don't Fall Down in the Hood
    Offers an intensive, multi-cultural, community-based treatment program designed to reduce juvenile crime. Through case management, works with youth and their families individually, in the community, at school, and at home. Program runs 4 to 6 months and covers self stabilization, self development, and ongoing sustainability. Provides a daily meal and public transit funds. Helps youth identify resources, groups, and events that provide opportunities to interact positively with their communities.
    13th Street and Montgomery Avenue
    Curtis Hall, 3rd floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    Eligibility: Philadelphia youth, ages 13 to 21, at risk of becoming victims or perpetrators of violent crime; and youth charged with theft, assault, narcotics, and firearms from Philadelphia Family Court and Youth Aid Panels
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 4:00pm to 7:00pm
    Journeyman Advancement
    Alternative Rehabilitation Center
    Provides prevention and early intervention on domestic violence related matters and/or bullying in schools. Offers anger management classes, batterers classes, and sexual assault classes with a specialty in coping skills.
    2330 Vartan Way, Suite 150
    Harrisburg, PA 17110
    Eligibility: Individuals age 5 and older
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Juvenile Justice Center Family Services of Philadelphia
    Community Evening Resource Center (CERC)
    Offers structured activities and a safe space for youth. Activities include academic help, cooking classes, coding, conflict resolution training, family engagement, job readiness training, mental health support, mentoring, sports activities, and violence prevention. Provides referral services for families needing additional resources and services.
    100 West Coulter Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Eligibility: Residents of Philadelphia who are subject to the city's curfew law and their families
    Hours: Monday through Sunday, 7:00pm to 2:00am
    Men Who Care of Germantown
    Real Talk With Men Who Care
    Offers a mentorship program for boys and young adult males. Facilitates candid conversations about life choices and making positive life decisions, and provides advocacy and resources in support of mentees' expressed interests and concerns. Services include large group mentoring with topic-focused break out groups and one on one intervention as needed. Partner schools include Emlen Elementary, Martin Luther King, Jr. High, Roosevelt Elementary, and Wagner Middle.
    180 East Tulpehocken Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Eligibility: Males ages 5 to 34
    Hours: Program hours may vary; call or email for information.
    Men Who Care of Germantown
    Real Talk With Women Who Care
    Offers a mentorship program for girls and young adult women. Facilitates candid conversations about life choices and making positive life decisions, and provides advocacy and resources in support of mentees' expressed interests and concerns. Services include large group mentoring with topic-focused break out groups and one on one intervention as needed. Primarily mentors at the high school level.
    180 East Tulpehocken Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Eligibility: Females ages 5 to 34
    Hours: Program hours may vary; call or email for information.
    Mothers Against Teen Violence
    Mothers Against Teen Violence
    Offers mentoring for youth. Provides education and prevention on different topics. Located in the Booker T. Washington Center.
    1720 Holland Street
    Erie, PA 16503
    Eligibility: At-risk youth in Erie County
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Norris Square Community Alliance
    Intensive Prevention Services (IPS)
    Provides a 90-day program for youth exhibiting at risk behaviors at home, in school, or in the community. Includes mandatory twice weekly visits with case managers, twice monthly counseling sessions, and once monthly home visits. Services include case management, referrals for wraparound services, and workshops covering anger management, conflict resolution, college preparation, and more. Uses Positive Action curriculum to deliver workshops.
    2034 North Mascher Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    Eligibility: Youth ages 10 to 18 who exhibit at risk behaviors (truancy, running away, threats of harm, substance use, etc.) and who reside in ZIP codes 19122 and 19133. Also serves Spanish speaking youth residing throughout Philadelphia County.
    Hours: After School Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:30pm to 6:30pm
    Summer Hours: Monday through Thursday, 12:00pm to 4:00pm
    Norris Square Community Alliance
    Intensive Prevention Services (IPS) - Bilingual / Spanish
    Provides a 90-day program for youth exhibiting at risk behaviors at home, in school, or in the community. Includes mandatory twice weekly visits with case managers, twice monthly counseling sessions, and once monthly home visits. Services include case management, referrals for wraparound services, and workshops covering anger management, conflict resolution, college preparation, and more. Uses Positive Action curriculum to deliver workshops.
    2034 North Mascher Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    Eligibility: Spanish speaking youth ages 10 to 18 residing in Philadelphia County who exhibit at risk behaviors (truancy, running away, threats of harm, substance use, etc.)
    Hours: After School Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:30pm to 6:30pm
    Summer Hours: Monday through Thursday, 12:00pm to 4:00pm
    Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
    Safe2Say Something
    Offers a youth violence prevention program. Teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to say something BEFORE it is too late.

    320 Market Street
    Strawberry Square, 16th Floor
    Harrisburg, PA 17120
    Eligibility: No limitations or restrictions
    Hours: 24/7
    Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
    Youth Violence Reduction Partnership
    Provides frequent home visits, drug treatment, organized recreation, job readiness services, school crisis intervention, as well as supported referrals for mental and behavioral health counseling for participants and their parents.
    2700 North Seventeenth Street
    Suite 200 Lehigh Pavilion
    Philadelphia, PA 19132
    Eligibility: Individuals age 14 to 24.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Philadelphia CeaseFire
    Cure Violence
    Works to reduce the level of shooting and homicides within selected neighborhoods in the 14th and 22nd Philadelphia Police Districts, using the Cure Violence disease control and behavior change methods and involving the five components of the Chicago model: community mobilization, youth outreach, faith-based leadership involvement, police department participation, and educating the public.
    1700 North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19121
    Eligibility: Youth and young adults, ages 13 to 24, in the 14th and 22nd Philadelphia Police Districts, with 2+ of the following:
  • history of offenses/arrests
    • formerly incarcerated
    • gang involvement
    • high risk street activity
    • recent shooting victim
  • Hours: Email and phone/voicemail available 24/7
    Philly Truce App
    Philly Truce App
    Provides a mobile app that connects Philadelphians with knowledge of potentially violent conflicts in direct contact with trained mediators who are not affiliated with the police. Available for Apple and Android devices.
    Eligibility: Individuals in Philadelphia with Apple and/or Android mobile devices
    Hours: 24/7
    Philly Truce App
    Volunteer on the Philly Truce App
    Provides volunteer opportunities through the app to help mediate conflict and prevent violence. Available for Apple and Android devices.
    Eligibility: Individuals in Philadelphia with Apple and/or Android mobile devices who meet requirements
    Hours: 24/7
    Salvation Army - Reading
    Violence Prevention Program
    Provides therapeutic groups with licensed psychologist, emotional skill building, life skills and case management to children and their parents who have experienced trauma due to violence.
    301 South Fifth Street
    Reading, PA 19602
    Eligibility: Children who have experienced trauma
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 4:00 to 5:00pm; hours are flexible to parent's schedule
    School District of Philadelphia
    Safe Corridors
    Accepting volunteers. Aims to provide extra supervision for students traveling to and from school. Similar to neighborhood watch programs, volunteers can opt to patrol routes around schools at the start and end of the school day or to keep watch from their homes or businesses. Volunteers often work in teams, sharing information and reporting any suspicious or unusual activities.
    440 North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19130
    Eligibility: Call 215-400-4180 for information.
    Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Volunteer Hours: Monday through Friday, beginning and end of the school day
    Temple Safety Net
    Cradle to Grave
    Offers a 2-hour long educational session that gives young people a behind-the-scenes look into the physical, emotional, and social realities of firearm injury. During the session, participants explore the real life and death experiences of a Philadelphia teen whose story serves as the backdrop for this unflinching look at gun violence.
    3401 North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19140
    Eligibility:
    • Groups of 15 or more participants
    • Participants must be age 13 or older
    Hours: By appointment only.
    The Peace Center
    S.A.F.E Counseling Program
    Provide individual and group counseling to help men, women, and youth learn how to prevent and stop violence and abuse.
    304 East Maple Avenue
    Langhorne, PA 19047
    Eligibility: Residents of Bucks County
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 4:00pm
    Transitions of PA
    School Education Programs for Middle and High School
    Offers a variety of educational presentations and topics for middle school and high school aged students. Topics and target audiences include talking about sexual harassment, dating violence, dating relationships, drug-facilitated sexual assault,
    cyber-bullying prevention, bystander Intervention, Internet safety, social cruelty
    , hanging out or hooking up and sportsmanship.
    Confidential Address
    Eligibility: Schools with middle school and high school aged students
    Hours: 24/7
    Village of Reading
    Youth Violence Prevention
    Youth violence preventions program that provides counseling support groups, activities, mentorship and resources.
    25 North 11th Street
    Reading, PA 19601
    Eligibility: Teens age 13 to 18
    Hours: 3:00pm to 9:00pm
    YEAH Philly
    Peer Mediation and Conflict Resolution Training
    Offers paid training to serve as Teen Conflict Coordinators with YEAH. Training teaches participants the skills to be able to resolve conflicts within their communities, schools, and their own lives.
    5257 Walton Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19143
    Eligibility: Residents of West and Southwest Philadelphia, ages 16 to 24
    Hours: Office Hours:
    Monday through Friday, 3:00pm to 10:00pm
    Saturday, 12:00pm to 5:00pm

    Training hours may vary; check the events calendar or follow on social media @yeahphilly for details.
    Youth Outreach Adolescent Community Awareness Program
    YOACAP Violence Reduction Program for Males
    Helps males ages 14 to 24 who seek to improve themselves to identify support and resources to change their lives positively. Services include case management, assessment, action plan development, and individual and group meetings. Provides assistance with professional development, job readiness, career exposure, and employment.
    1211 Chestnut Street
    2nd Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Eligibility: Male residents of Philadelphia, ages 14 to 24, who are justice-involved or at risk and who want to make positive changes in their lives
    Hours: Program hours vary with an aim to accommodate client availability as much as possible.
    Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
    Intensive Prevention Services (IPS)
    Centre County Youth Service Bureau
    Prevention Programs
    Community of Compassion CDC
    Community Evening Resource Center
    Family Services of Montgomery County
    Cheltenham Communities That Care (CTC)
    Fulton County Family Partnership
    Communities That Care (CTC)
    Greater Philadelphia Community Alliance
    Community Evening Resource Center (CERC)
    Institute for the Development of African-American Youth
    Don't Fall Down in the Hood
    Institute for the Development of African-American Youth
    Southwest Prevention Program
    Institute for the Development of African-American Youth
    Don't Fall Down in the Hood
    Journeyman Advancement
    Alternative Rehabilitation Center
    Juvenile Justice Center Family Services of Philadelphia
    Community Evening Resource Center (CERC)
    Men Who Care of Germantown
    Real Talk With Men Who Care
    Mothers Against Teen Violence
    Mothers Against Teen Violence
    Norris Square Community Alliance
    Intensive Prevention Services (IPS)
    Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
    Safe2Say Something
    Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
    Youth Violence Reduction Partnership
    Philadelphia CeaseFire
    Cure Violence
    Salvation Army - Reading
    Violence Prevention Program
    School District of Philadelphia
    Safe Corridors
    Temple Safety Net
    Cradle to Grave
    The Peace Center
    S.A.F.E Counseling Program
    Village of Reading
    Youth Violence Prevention
    YEAH Philly
    Peer Mediation and Conflict Resolution Training
    Youth Outreach Adolescent Community Awareness Program
    YOACAP Violence Reduction Program for Males
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