Collaborative Partners

Creative Interventions is based upon a collaborative model of program development and co-learning. Parallel to its collective/community approach to violence intervention and prevention, the organization relies upon a collaborative approach which takes advantage of the expertise, resources and community connections of its organizational partners while providing a common set of values, goals and objectives.


Community-Based Interventions Project Partners

Collaborative partners for the Community-Based Interventions Project are as follows:


StoryTelling & Organizing Project Partners

Collaborative partners for the StoryTelling & Organizing Project (STOP) are:

DataCenter
DataCenter is a national research, training, and strategy center that works in partnership with poor and working class communities of color organizing for social justice. DataCenter is the community research partner for the StoryTelling & Organizing Project.

Asian Women’s Shelter

Bay Area INCITE. INCITE! is a national activist organization of radical feminists of color advancing a movement to end violence against women of color and our communities through direct action, critical dialogue, and grassroots organizing.

Communities United Against Violence (CUAV). CUAV is a San Francisco-based organization working to build the power of LGBTQQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning) communities to transform violence and oppression.

Critical Resistance Los Angeles & Critical Resistance Oakland. Critical Resistance is committed to building an international movement to end the Prison Industrial Complex by challenging the belief that caging and controlling people makes communities safe.

Harm Free Zone Organizing Committee (HFZ).  HFZ is working in local communities to reduce our community’s reliance on police and prisons as a solution to social, economic, and political problems. The project offers tools such as trainings, dialogue, and other materials that can help strengthen a community’s response to conflict and violence. STOP is working with HFZ in Durham, NC.

Intertribal Friendship House (IFH). IFH in Oakland, CA is one of the first urban American Indian community centers in the nation to serve the needs of American Indian people relocated from reservations to the San Francisco Bay Area.

Shimtuh. Shimtuh (literally, “resting place” in Korean) is a Korean domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy program in the Bay Area. Shimtuh is a project of the Korean Community Center of the East Bay in Oakland.

Visions to Peace. The Visions to Peace Project in Washington, D.C. supports youth, communities and organizations in building safety and peace through creative community action, rather than dependence on policing, prisons, and punitive policies. The organization is committed to building a broad vision and movement for safety, justice and freedom – the building blocks of peace – through the use of arts, media, education, and organizing.

Women & Girls Collective Action Network. The Women & Girls Collective Action Network in Chicago is a center for consciousness-raising, training, dialogue and collective action around issues that matter to women and girls.

Other Partners

Besides the formal partners listed above, Creative Interventions has also shared locally and nationally with the following organizations:

Incite! Women of Color against Violence, Communities against Rape and Assault (CARA), SF-Women Against Rape, Harm Free Zone-NY, Institute for Family Services, Connect-NY, Audre Lorde Project, Ke Ala Lokahi, KAN-WIN, Amokura (Whangerei, New Zealand), Narrative Therapy at the Dulwich Centre (Adelaide, Australia)