Tuesday, 14 August 2018 / Published in News
88% of Youth Link graduates stay out of the criminal justice system for at least three years, compared to those without intervention, where more than half of court-involved youths are rearrested. Within the Police Athletic League Youth Link program, the Reisenbach Internship program provides wrap-around support for 15 vulnerable youth, ages 14-21, who face barriers
Tuesday, 07 August 2018 / Published in News
With the public’s help, the NYPD has captured some of the city’s most dangerous criminals through the Crime Stoppers program. The New York City Police Foundation rewards those individuals for their information–now over $2.4 million rewards approved including over $62,000 this year as of June, 2018. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards of up to $2,500
Tuesday, 31 July 2018 / Published in News
Internationals Network for Public Schools designs, develops, and supports public schools for recently-arrived immigrant and refugee students.  The 15 International High Schools in NYC support 5,354 immigrant and refugee youth across the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan. Students attending Internationals Network’s schools are newcomers who have been in the country for four years or less
Tuesday, 24 July 2018 / Published in News
Each year, Safe Horizon’s Streetwork Project reaches thousands of street-involved young people, connecting them to safety, resources, and an affirming community in which to heal. We offer a continuum of supports to meet young people where and when they need it: Outreach advocates conduct 14,000 contacts with street-involved young people across the five boroughs, offering