Parents For Peace addresses extremism at all levels, including prevention, intervention, and rehabilitation.
P4P aims to help prevent radicalization in the first place by engaging with students to promote youth resilience. Serve 2 Unite works in schools to engage students in exercises and simulations that work to prevent radicalization by strengthening a healthy sense of identity, purpose, and belonging.
Relatives, mentors, or anyone concerned about a loved one potentially on an unhealthy path towards extremism can call P4P’s helpline, 1-844-49-PEACE (1-844-497-3223). The helpline has helped families of diverse backgrounds effectively intervene to both prevent violence and initiate the recovery process. Operators listen to families, analyze each individual case, and provide practical guidance – all in a confidential environment.
Inspired by the 12-step program for overcoming addiction, T.R.P. was developed by a P4P member who became a member of the KKK after his military service. This program helps vulnerable veterans and law enforcement professionals suffering from PTSD and anger, find healing. By treating hate as a form of addiction, T.R.P. offers a proven recovery process for veterans of the military and law enforcement.
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