ABQ Against Violence

ABQ Against Violence for youth aged 16-26 who are most likely to be victims or perpetrators of gun violence due to their involvement in cycles of gun violence and violent crime.


ABQ Against Violence will provide a comprehensive set of services to include assertive outreach, behavioral health services, case management service coordination, trauma recovery and employment training.


    Funded by the City of Albuquerque and open to Albuquerque Residents Only. ABQ Against Violence is partnering with CYFD Juvenile Justice programs, APS, Behavioral Health, and Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico and many other community partners .




    In New Mexico, an average of 27 children and teens die by guns every year, and 49% of these deaths are homicides.

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