Interrupting Cycles of Violence

  1. Program Provider
  2. Full Description
Center For Conflict Resolution

Program Summary:
Interrupting Cycles of Violence is a successful program that the CCR has been offering incarcerated and recently released men and women for over five years. People who have caused harm often become trapped in cycles of violence that affect their whole lives and the lives of others around them. CCR training and processes are trauma-informed and utilize evidence-based cognitive behavior change elements to improve thoughts, emotions and behavior. 

Program Addresses: 
Cherith Brook Catholic Worker House • 3308 E. 12th St. • Kansas City, MO 64127

Journey To New Life, Inc. • 3120 Troost Ave. • Kansas City, MO 64109

Missouri Board of Probation & Parole • 1730 Prospect Ave. • Kansas City, MO • 64129

Missouri Board of Probation & Parole • 8800 Blue Ridge Blvd. • Kansas City, MO • 64138

Missouri Board of Probation & Parole • 1330 Brush Creek Blvd. • Kansas City, MO • 64110

Missouri Board of Probation & Parole • 651 Mulberry St. • Kansas City, MO • 64101

Contact:
816-461-8255 • ccrkc.org










  1.  RE-ENTRY  PROGRAMS

    These are the agencies that have a COMBAT-funded program with an emphasis on assisting incarcerated or recently individuals—or individuals on probation—get theirs lives on track and help reduce recidivism.

    Center For Conflict Resolution
    » Interrupting Cycles of Violence

    Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City Foundation
    » Workforce Opportunities For Returning Citizens

    Goodwill of Western Missouri & Eastern Kansas
    » Goodwill 180

    Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission
    » Second Change Reentry Employment Project

    Morning Star Development Corporation, Inc.
    » KC Municipal Courth Probation-Based Program

    Twelfth Street Heritage Development Corporation
    » Prison-to-Workforce Pipeline