Crown Heights Community Mediation Center

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Highlights

  • Legal Hand

    Legal Hand empowers community residents to support their neighbors with the legal information they need.

  • Make It Happen

    Make It Happen helps young men between the ages of 16 and 24 who have experienced violence acquire the tools necessary to overcome traumatic experiences.

Gariyana
If you're feeling down, there's help here. If you're bored, it's a positive place. Through the Mediation Center I learned to care for myself and gained the confidence to push for what I believe in.
Gariyana, 18 Youth Organizer, YO S.O.S.

Photo Gallery

Make it Happen participants
Making It Happen

Kenton Kirby, Director of Trauma and Support Services, with Make It Happen participants.

Celebrating Crown Heights
Celebrating Crown Heights

Community members get together for the Kingston Avenue Festival, May 2016.

Community Mobilization
Community Mobilization

S.O.S. Peace March in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood.

SOS program managers
City Council Proclamation

From left, program managers Tiffany Murray and David Gaskin, Council Member Laurie Cumbo, Deputy Director Juan Ramos, and Director Amy Ellenbogen with New York City Council proclamations honoring Cure Violence providers.

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Partners

As a community-led project, we have hundreds of partners. A few are listed here: Brooklyn Children's Museum, Brooklyn Jewish Children's Museum, Dreams/Youthbuild, Reconnect Brooklyn, NYLAG, Legal Aid Society, Urban Art Beat, Theater of the Oppressed, Cure Violence, all the members of the Crisis Management System as well as dozens of dedicated volunteers.

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