Reducing Compound Trauma In Hot Spots

  1. Program Provider
  2. Full Description

Centers for Conflict Resolution (CCR)

Program Summary:
This project brings trauma informed conflict resolution processes and training and restorative justice practices to children, youth and adults in four COMBAT-identified hot spots in Jackson County. This project serves approximately 600 people in schools, neighborhoods, families and courts. Conflict resolution training and processes are a needed aspect of the full-scale intervention COMBAT is creating. 

CCR participants are identified as having caused harm or having been harmed. They live, work or go to school in high crime and high violence areas. They have experienced individual, historical, societal, cultural or secondary trauma.

Program Addresses: 
CCR • 6285 Paseo Blvd. • Kansas City, MO 64110

Central Middle School • 3611 E Linwood Blvd. • Kansas City, MO 64128

Gregg/Klice Community Center • 1600 John Buck O'Neil Way • Kansas City, MO 64108

Hope Hangout • 10801 Ruskin Way • Kansas City, MO 64134

Mattie Rhodes Center • 148 N Topping Ave. • Kansas City, MO 64123

Northeast Middle School • 4904 Independence Ave. • Kansas City, MO 64124

Ruskin High School • 7000 E 111th St. • Kansas City, MO 64134

Sisters In Christ • 6317 Evanston Ave. • Raytown, MO 64133

Smith-Hale-Middle School • 9010A Old Santa Fe Rd. • Kansas City, MO 64138

Contact:
816-461-8255 • ccrkc.org


  1. STRIVING-250
    These are the agencies that have a COMBAT-funded program with a direct connection to COMBAT's Striving Together to Reduce Violence In Neighborhoods (STRIVIN') initaitive.

    Centers for Conflict Resolution
    » Reducing Compound Trauma In Hot Spots

    Community Services League

    » Independence STRIVIN' Initiative

    Hickman Mills Prevention Coalition
    » Hope Hangout

    Hope House, Inc.
    » Hope House's Targeted Domestic Violence Program

    Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council
    » Ivanhoe East Quadrant Safety Initiative

    Mattie Rhodes Center

    » Mattie Rhodes Violence & Intervention Program

    Sisters In Christ
    » Safe Zone