ACE is a partnership of community organizations working together to address the effects of community violence. By providing the skills and education to strengthen families and empower San Diego’s Central Region youth, adults and families, we work together to make the community a safe place to live. Services include:
The Mobile Response Team
Responds to acts of violence such as shootings, stabbings and murders in the community to provide victim and family with emotional support, resources and referrals for those in need.
In a clubhouse setting, various youth (ages 12-17) meet daily and weekly, and are provided with awareness and education, and strategies to overcome gang culture and delinquent behavior. Advocate for youth as contributing leaders in our community.
Offered to help parents or caregivers identify behavioral signs and risks, and/or approach children they suspect may be gang affiliated or otherwise engaged in delinquent behavior.
A Parent-Child (ages 10-14) interactive course that promotes positive parenting, children’s knowledge and skills in dealing with stress and peer pressure, and overall family unity. Parents and their child will have the opportunity to develop a stronger relationship, understand each others perspectives and develop mutual respect.
- Individualized counseling through home or office visits
- Bi-monthly peer based grief support
- Grief Recovery Method, a 10 week curriculum designed to assist moving beyond various forms of loss and on to recovery.
Program Supervisor: Dante Dauz, BS, JD
5348 University Ave., Suite F202
San Diego, CA 92105
Phone #: (619) 265-2772
Fax#: (619) 265-2409