Youth Development
Violence Prevention
Religion & Spirituality

Serving youth, families, and community members that reside in Chicago's Back of the Yards who are impacted by violence and the criminal justice system.

Mission Statement

Rooted in the spirituality of the Precious Blood, we restore human dignity through hospitality, hope and healing.

About

We work as agents of reconciliation to build relationships among youth and families impacted by violence and/or conflict, create safe spaces where people can experience radical hospitality, hope and healing, and promote a restorative justice approach to conflict and build a sense of community.

We serve youth, families, and community members that reside in Chicago’s Back of the Yards neighborhood who are impacted by violence and the criminal justice system. We also work directly with men and women who are currently incarcerated.

In our pursuit of building a beloved community, PBMR is dedicated to fostering a diverse, equitable, & inclusive organization at all levels. Consistent with these values we welcome all people into the PBMR community without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, military/veteran status or disabilities. PBMR does not provide services based on religious affiliation or adherence.

5114 S Elizabeth Street
Chicago
,
Illinois
60609
United States

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