Youth Intervention Program - Metro Denver Partners
Metro Denver Partners
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way - MHUW
Description of Service
The Gang Rescue and Support Project (GRASP) is a peer-run intervention program that works with youth who are at-risk of gang involvement or are presently active in gangs. GRASP also helps families of gang victims and serves as a youth advocate by providing support groups, school outreach, targeted presentations, tattoo removal, and the Barrio Unity Mural Project.
Adams, Denver, Douglas counties
Call, walk in, or visit the website for specific activity schedules and locations, or for more information. Youth can be referred by Juvenile Justice, schools, families, friends, public defenders, and other community-based organizations.
Anyone who wants help getting out of a gang, or wants to avoid joining a gang, is encouraged to attend meetings.
Male or female youth, ages 14 - 24 who are:
- Gang-involved (ranked in or associated with gang members, or have a family history of gang involvement)
- Experiencing substance abuse issues
- Have a history of Juvenile Justice involvement
- Have family dysfunction or family involvement in any of the above activities