Neighborhood Consortium Safety Net

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Neighborhood Consortium Safety Net

Pathways to Peace is a participating partner in the Neighborhood Consortium Safety Net, a grassroots effort to provide individualized services to advance the emotional and social well-being of youth.
With help from the community, the Neighborhood Safety Net identifies, assesses, engages and includes youth with behavioral needs and their families in neighborhood‐based services.

Other participating partners include:
• City Neighborhood Quadrant Service Centers
• City Department of Recreation & Human Services
• The Rochester Police Department
• Monroe County Offices of Mental Health, Human Services, & Probation
• NYS Office of Children & Family Services
• Rochester Works

Quadrant coordinators are listed below:



2nd & 4th Friday, 10:00 a.m.
School Year: SWAN Community Center
275 Samuel McCree Way
Summer: Danforth Community Center
200 West Avenue 
 Karla Boyce  
1st & 3rd Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. 
Sacred Heart Cathedral
296 Flower City Park
 Tim Weider  

1st & 3rd Wednesday, 2:00 p.m.
School 17
158 Orchard Street 

Tim Weider  
1st & 3rd Tuesday, 1:00p.m.
Thomas P. Ryan R-Center
530 Webster Avenue  
Raelyn Allen
546-3700 ext. 3016
2nd & 4th Wednesday, 2:00 p.m.
Northeast Quadrant
Neighborhood Service Center 
500 Norton Street
Mickey Melendez



For more information, call 428-6437 or email

To request neighborhood safety net services, complete this Neighborhood Safety Net Referral form. For youth age 18 or under, permission of a parent or guardian is required before services can be offered. 
Neighborhood Safety Net Permission for Services