is a consolidation of Boston Community Centers, the Mayor's Office of Community Partnerships, the Boston 2:00 to 6:00 After-School Initiative, and the Recreation Division of the Parks and Recreation Department.
The JetBlue network-wide initiative officially kicked off June 27 in Boston at the BCYF
Tobin Community Center in Mission Hill, a facility within the Boston Centers for Youth & Families, the city's largest youth and human services agency providing city residents with opportunities for social, educational, recreational and cultural enrichment.
The Violence Interrupters program will target at-risk, proven-risk, and high-risk individuals ages 14 to 24, and will grow from five existing BCYF
Violence Interrupters, to a fully-staffed program including 16 Violence Interrupters, two Senior Violence Interrupters, one case manager, and one outreach coordinator, and partnerships with programs that offer wraparound services such as job training and trauma support.