By 2020, South Chicago will engage youth ages 8 to 26 to improve the safety of the community by reducing assault, battery, criminal sexual assault and homicide each by 5 percent.
South Chicago is working to become a trauma-informed community dedicated to supporting a culture of care for those who have been impacted by violence.
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The Neighborhood Network has refined its bold goal, partnered with local schools and recruited 15 partner agencies to join them in their effort to improve safety and support children and families who have encountered violence.
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In collaboration with six public schools within the Network—Coles, Hoyne, Thorpe, Earhart, Bowen and Warren—Claretian Associates is continuing trauma-informed training for Chicago Public Schools staff, parents and safe passage workers.