Gun Violence Prevention Program

This Program specifically serves low-income, young adults ages 18-32 who reside in Chicago’s far southside community including Roseland, Pullman, West Pullman, Washington Heights, and surrounding neighborhoods.

• 12 Week Program- 3 Days per week

• Career Readiness Training: Resume Building, Mock Interviews, Job Skills

• Peace Circles and Restorative Justice

• Violence Prevention Training

• Certifications: Six Sigma White Belt, Employment 101, Advanced Certifications

• Participants Receive stipends =Earn up to $1200 for participation

• Transportation Assistance (Bus Cards)

• Gun Buy Back Events

• Counseling and Mentorship

• Leadership Training

• Job Placement Assistance

Hope Center Foundation: Gun Violence Prevention Program Funded by Cook County Justice Advisory Council


Mar 01 2023

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Hope Center Foundation
10909 S. Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, IL 60628
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