Promoting Healing & Justice


What We Do

AdHoc serves as the trusted bridge between the community and law enforcement. We are also a primary support system for families who are victims of violent crimes. Our mission is to be a meaningful community resource that, through crisis intervention and prevention, supports the individuals and their families who are adversely affected by criminal behavior.

Every day we support those who have been impacted by violence in our city. We journey with them as they seek healing and justice. We walk the streets, sit in courtrooms, teach classes, restore homes, provide counseling, and together we all strive for a safer community. Watch our video below to hear some of our stories.

 

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Trauma Response Team
We canvass neighborhoods affected by violence.
Thinking for a Change
Graduates from our cognitive behavioral change classes.
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Promoting Healing and Justice

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Aasim Baheyadeen

Today, the AdHoc family is grieving the loss of a dear friend and justice warrior, Aasim Baheyadeen. He was one of the first of us,

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Calling All Artists

Art for Healing & Justice Description: AdHoc is calling for artists to assist in telling the stories of those we serve in a compelling way.

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Manager of Support Services

The Manager of Support Services connects individuals with AdHoc’s victim services, provides initial assessments, provides group therapy services, facilitates and coordinates community mental health workshops

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