Gun Violence is a

Public Health

But connected to other societal factors

poverty, inequality, lack of trust, ect....

activities that are needed in NOLA

city-wide education aimed at de-normalizing violence...

hiring and training credible community leaders to work with individuals at the highest risk of violence through conflict mediation, mentorship, trauma-informed case management....

helping community members achieve educational, employment, housing, and health goals . . .

support those who are most impacted by violence to avoid future violence and making choices to strengthen their community.....

support communities that are most impacted by violence . . to decrease the disparities and adverse drivers of health that underpin cycles of violence.

“It's time to
make New Orleans
a city of peace”

- community member

“We were up 50% after just one month.”

Joanna Williamson
Los Angeles Customer
Everyone in our city
Is Impacted .