Program & Services

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Welcome to No More Violence Youth Convention 
The No More Violence Youth Convention  (NMVYC)  program is a youth convention where victims' families and children come together from communities who been traumatized from the loss of their love one or siblings to acts of violence.  Each year the No More Violence Youth Convention partner with local leaders requesting to host the convention in their City. 

The Convention highlights many acts of violence which are impacting our communities.  The Convention has seen life changing behaviors from students attending,  and the most effected, to hear parents share  their  hurtful pain of losing their child to violence to help save another child's life.   Students who attends No More Violence Youth Convention Workshops will  understand the violence and the pain from  listening to experience Instructors.   Some of the Victim's Instructors stories need to be heard, as well students sharing  their story and feedback.  The NMVYC has become students outlet and their cause  to make a difference is reason  why many students  l ook forward to  attending.  Students who attended has developed the the understanding of the violence  prevention curriculum as a way of creating discussion on violence and able to dialogue between peers its  ​  causes and prevention.  

The No More Violence Youth Convention Program is to reach  year ​  round providing  the services  to schools,  workshops, colleges, conferences, and youth programs to promote youth  development  by equipping youth with the life  skills  necessary to resist the lure of gangs, gun violence, and violence .  As these students develop a steady support system and knowledge  base, they are able to prepare  themselves for academic and career success. 


     Who Should Attend: 
  • Youth Advocates
  • Students
  • Parents
  • Teachers
  • Counselors
  • Public health workers
  • Probation Officers
  • Law enforcement officers
  • Professionals who work with at-risk youth
  • non-profit organizations
  • Anyone interested in the welfare of the children and youth 


            NMVYC mission is to raise awareness and prevention against violence through advocacy, empowement and social change. Our vision is a
           community without violence always staying  on top of new programs, services trends, and keeping abreast of the changing needs of the community. 


                                                                                         



















       



Program & Services
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    Peacemakers Prevention
    Ages 3-5 Conflict, Resolution, Problem-solving
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    Suicide Prevention
    Ages 10, 11 Identify and Assist, Life Skills and Resilence
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    Bullying Prevention
    Ages 6-7 Positive nonviolent actions that students can use to improve themselves
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    Gun Violence Prevention
    Ages 8,9 Educate, Awareness, Transforming
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    Sex Trafficking
    Ages 12, 13 Safety, Warning Signs, Relationships
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    Gang Prevention
    Ages 14, 15 Educate, Awareness, Transforming
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    Law Enforcement
    Ages 16, 18 Conflict Management, Decision- making, Peer Pressure
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    Hazing Prevention
    Young Adult/ College Student Prevention, Educate, Accountability
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    Family Domestic Violence
    Adult/ Men and Women Cycle of Violence, Warning Signs, Effects, Importance of Understanding Domestic Violence
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The NMVYC is grateful for any financial support that we recieve from those who wish to help us bring awareness and prevention to save young lives. Making your donation is as fast, convenient and secure way to get us your donation immediately.  Contribution statement is available upon request. 

April Richardson
Dean of Curriculcum