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Campaign Partners

The Blueprint for a Safer Philadelphia Campaign has more than 500 campaign partners citywide that have pledged their support. Campaign partners receive information and updates about various Blueprint events, meetings and activities.  They include community-based organizations, schools, churches, recreation centers, clinics and more.

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Blueprint Community & Capacity Building Partners

ASAP - After School Activities Partnerships
1520 Locust St., Suite 1104
Philadelphia, PA  19102
Ph: (215) 545-2727 ext.15
Fax: (215) 545-3054
http://www.phillyasap.org

CADE - Helping Children Make Smart Decisions
128 Chestnut St., Suite 302
Philadelphia, PA  19106
Ph: (215) 925-0643
Fax: (215) 925-3280
http://www.cadekids.org/

Diversified Community Services
1529 South 22nd Street
Philadelphia, PA  19146
Ph: (215) 336-3511 ext.342
Fax: (215) 336-5527
http://www.dcsphila.org

Good Shepherd Mediation Program
5356 Chew Avenue
Philadelphia, PA  19138
Ph: (215) 843-5413
Fax: (215) 843-2080
http://www.phillymediators.org/

Philadelphia Anti Drug Anti Violence Network
2700 N. 17th Street, Lehigh Pavilion, Suite 200
Philadelphia, PA  19132
Ph: (215) 940-0550
Fax: (215) 940-0519
http://www.paannetwork.org/

Town Watch
1441 Sansom Street, 2nd Fl.
Philadelphia, PA  19102
Ph: (215) 686-1453
http://www.phila.gov/townwatch

Turning the Tide
425 S. 61st Street
Philadelphia, PA  19143
Ph: (215) 472-8268
www.turningthetide.org

The Consortium
3801 Market St., Suite 201
Philadelphia, PA  19104
Ph: (215) 596-8100
http://www.consortium-inc.org/

Urban Tree Connection          
5125 Woodbine Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Ph: (215) 877-7203
Fax: (215) 877-7204
http://www.urbantreeconnection.org

Youth Outreach Adolescent Community Awareness Program
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YOACAP)
1207 Chestnut Street, 3rd Fl.
Philadelphia, PA  19107
Ph: 215-851-1846
Fax: 215-851-1878
http://www.yoacap.org


Campaign Stakeholders

Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition

Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition
GPUAC unites government, business, neighborhoods, and individual initiatives to improve the quality of life in the region, build wealth in urban communities and solve emerging issues. In the Blueprint, GPUAC facilitates and coordinates Blueprint programs through the distribution of PCCD funds under the Blueprint Safer Neighborhoods in Cities of the First Class strategy. As such, GPUAC provides:

  • implementation of the Blueprint grant making program to community organizations, compliance activities; grantee data collection, tracking and reporting capability via GPUAC’s Efforts to Outcomes performance management system;

  • technical assistance (capacity building support) in the form of training workshops focused on program planning, progress monitoring/benchmarking, outcomes measurement, performance management, and financial sustainability.

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MEE Productions Inc. is a cutting edge communications and research company with offices in Washington, DC, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. Since the company's inception in 1990, this African American-owned firm has become an industry leader in developing marketing and advertising campaigns targeting youth, African Americans and urban audiences, including the Latino community. At the same time, MEE has remained committed to its founding principle: using socially responsible entrepreneurship to reach and positively influence urban residents living in at risk environments.  

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CHOICE, a health consumer-centered agency, works to overcome and eliminate barriers that impede access to quality health care and information for all individuals -- regardless of economic status, gender, age, race, religion, culture, or sexual orientation. We fulfill this mission by providing education, counseling, referrals, and advocacy.  Founded in 1971 by a coalition of volunteer clergy and Quakers, CHOICE is a unique, community-based organization dedicated to educating people to make informed decisions about their health. Our goal is to prevent health crises from happening; when a crisis does occur, we provide prompt access to reliable resources and care, and do so with diligence and compassion to some 50,000 persons each year.

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The Office of Representative Dwight Evans.

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