• Case management style mentoring
  • Referrals for Resources
  • Community Intervention Walks
  • Advocacy
  • Conflict-Mediation
  • Survivor Group Meetings
  • Assistance with VCCO for survivors of violence
  • Violence Intervention Roundtables
Mentoring Through Case Management Models:

Intervention Workers provide mentoring to youth and young adults ages 12-40 with achieving short term life goals.

High Risk Intervention (HRI):

Our interventionists respond to community based violence incidents based on information from the community. HRI connects those engaged in violence to supportive counseling, crisis intervention assessment, mediation, referrals and resource information in order to restore peace and avoid arrest and incarceration.

Hospital Violence Intervention Program (HVIP):

Our interventionists respond to community based violence incidents based on information from the community. HRI connects those engaged in violence to supportive counseling, crisis intervention assessment, mediation, referrals and resource information in order to restore peace and avoid arrest and incarceration.

Survivor of Violence Support Meeting:

Support Groups allow survivors of violence and the greater community to receive support from their peers. The group is facilitated by a Mental Health Specialist and case manager/ interventionists. SSG is a safe space where survivors find the freedom to share their experiences and begin their healing process.

Community Walks:

Each week, Paterson Healing Collective Intervention Workers perform community intervention walks in Hotspots to bring information about resources and services to the residents. Community Walks are also used to identify new mentees and to hear directly from residents about their needs.

The Paterson Healing Collective Violence Intervention Round Table:

The Paterson Healing Collective Violence Intervention Round Table is a community forum created to engage our community in looking at violence as a public health problem. This facilitated community dialogue seeks to partner with community members, activists, justice involved individuals, elected officials, service providers and faith-based organizations to come together and problem solve community-based issues. Through these dialogues, our hope is that we can come up with transformative and restorative solutions to violence.

Mentoring Through Case Management Model:

Intervention Workers provide mentoring to youth and young adults ages 12-30 with achieving short term life goals.

High Risk Intervention (HRI):

Our interventionists respond to community based violence incidents based on intelligence from the community. HRI connect those engaged in violence to supportive counseling, crisis intervention assessment, mediation, referrals and resource information in order to restore peace and avoid arrest and incarceration.

Hospital Violence Intervention Program (HVIP):

Our interventionists respond to community based violence incidents based on
information from the community. HRI connects those engaged in violence to supportive counseling, crisis intervention assessment, mediation, referrals and resource information in order to restore peace and avoid arrest and incarceration.

Survivor of Violence Support Meeting Survivor :

Support Groups allow survivors of violence and the greater community to receive support from their peers. The group is facilitated by a Mental Health Specialist and case manager/ interventionists. SSG is a safe space where survivors find the freedom to share their experiences and begin their healing process.

Community Walks:

Each week, Paterson Healing Collective Intervention Workers perform community
intervention walks in Hotspots to bring information about resources and services to the residents. Community Walks are also used to identify new mentees and to hear directly from residents about their needs.
The Paterson Healing Collective Violence Intervention Round Table is a community forum created to engage our community in looking at violence as a public health problem. This facilitated community dialogue seeks to partner with community members, activists, justice involved individuals, elected officials, service providers and faith-based organizations to come together and problem solve community-based issues. Through these dialogues, our hope is that we can come up with transformative and restorative solutions to violence.