With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to build enough power in the community to solve stubborn problems. Public Safety has become a major issue in the city of Chicago and we are committed to finding ways to reduce crime and violence. We do this in several ways such as conflict mediation and teaching non-violence principles. Our teams are working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to created a safer city.
Creating safer streets and communities one day at a time.
PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAMS
With this initiative, our goal is to promote peace by working with the highest-risk populations. The methods and tools we use are geared towards changing mindsets and providing non-violent tactics to solve problematic issues. Our targeted area is 81st to 86th street, from Halsted to Ashland. We are working to create peace among many who have been at odds with one another for years. Learn more about our work by getting in touch with our team today.
CP4P: COMMUNITIES PARTNERING 4 PEACE
MPI Behavioral Health Services
Communities Partnering 4 Peace (CP4P), convened by Metropolitan Family Services, is a framework that provides a comprehensive, long-term approach to reducing violence and gang activity among the individuals and communities it serves.
Its work is rooted in nonviolence, trauma-informed care, hyper-local collaboration and restorative justice practices.
CP4P features nine of Chicago’s leading outreach organizations who have combined their expertise to jointly impact nine Chicago communities most affected by gun violence. This marks the first time that such efforts have been locally implemented on such a broad level.
The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) implemented the Safe Passage program with the goal to provide safer conditions for students while walking to and from school for classes, extracurricular activities, and after school programs. The Community Watcher is responsible for monitoring and ensuring the safety of children at designated schools. Target Area currently serves 13 schools and employs over 100 Chicago residents for the Safe Passage program.