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Wellness, Empowerment & Resiliency Campus

BOSS meets people where they are geographically, economically, culturally, emotionally, mentally, intellectually, and physically -- with direct pathways to socioeconomic inclusion, health, wellness, civic engagement, and mobility. BOSS does this by: 


  • Centering the voice of the community’s most impacted in service development and delivery to create a sense of ownership, respect, safety and belonging. 

  • Intentional recruitment is to hire and train people with lived experience to help create and deliver services. 

  • Developing social justice programs, outreach, and rapid response teams and developing leaders with lived experience to fight for social, racial, and economic equity and to build a foundation for long-term success and stability for communities impacted by policy violence. 

  • Utilizing traditional and non-traditional empirical and evidenced-based practices that align with and relate to individual risks, needs, and responsivity of the persons served with culturally tailored programming. 

  • Understanding the significance of policy violence and its impact on the lives of the people we serve and relentlessly fighting to uproot inequitable education, employment, housing, criminal justice, land use, and transportation policies that negatively impact those we serve.

  • We believe our work, in this manner, is necessary to raise our people out of despair. We stand fearlessly unapologetic, passionate, and dedicated to give voice to the oppressed until change happens.

Impact Centers

A transformative new model of care for survivors of violent crime and removing barriers to health, income and housing stability while healing impacted populations and interrupting cycles of violence. 

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