HEVN COMMUNITY CLUSTERS


The H.E.V.N. Community Clusters meet once weekly in local neighborhoods to discuss the current state of crime, economy and other important topics within that community. We currently have clusters set up for Hempstead and Roosevelt. For more information about becoming a cluster member for your community, please call our Executive office at 516-538-1108.

HEVN FAMILIES AGAINST VIOLENCE

MISSION STATEMENT:
The HEVN Families against Violence component provides an avenue for families who have been affected by violence, (especially gang/youth violence) addressing their pain, hurt, and needs through a mutual relationship support system. The end result is realizing restoration of the family and community.

PLAN OF ACTION:
1.To hold monthly/bimonthly meetings, to embrace families who are victims of violence and develop a support system that brings healing and assistance in the new direction of their lives as a result of being victimized by violence.

2. Hold "Stop, The Violence Rallies" in our local communities. Continue to develop a plan of action which addresses ALL VIOLENCE IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

3. Keeping before the face of Clergy/Churches, Government Officials, Community Leaders and Communities as whole, the pain, suffering, and struggles that families have endured as a result of violence. Making it known that violence must never be ignored or the pain and struggles that both the victims and their families experience daily.

4. Support for other functions, rallies press conferences and events sponsored by H.E.V.N. and their partners.

5. Establish a bereavement component that will support/comfort families who have lost love ones through acts of violence.

HEVN COMMUNITY CLUSTERS


The H.E.V.N. Community Clusters meet once weekly in local neighborhoods to discuss the current state of crime, economy and other important topics within that community. We currently have clusters set up for Hempstead and Roosevelt. For more information about becoming a cluster member for your community, please call our Executive office at 516-538-1108.

HEVN FAMILIES AGAINST VIOLENCE

MISSION STATEMENT:
The HEVN Families against Violence component provides an avenue for families who have been affected by violence, (especially gang/youth violence) addressing their pain, hurt, and needs through a mutual relationship support system. The end result is realizing restoration of the family and community.

PLAN OF ACTION:
1.To hold monthly/bimonthly meetings, to embrace families who are victims of violence and develop a support system that brings healing and assistance in the new direction of their lives as a result of being victimized by violence.

2. Hold "Stop, The Violence Rallies" in our local communities. Continue to develop a plan of action which addresses ALL VIOLENCE IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

3. Keeping before the face of Clergy/Churches, Government Officials, Community Leaders and Communities as whole, the pain, suffering, and struggles that families have endured as a result of violence. Making it known that violence must never be ignored or the pain and struggles that both the victims and their families experience daily.

4. Support for other functions, rallies press conferences and events sponsored by H.E.V.N. and their partners.

5. Establish a bereavement component that will support/comfort families who have lost love ones through acts of violence.

HEVN COMMUNITY CLUSTERS


The H.E.V.N. Community Clusters meet once weekly in local neighborhoods to discuss the current state of crime, economy and other important topics within that community. We currently have clusters set up for Hempstead and Roosevelt. For more information about becoming a cluster member for your community, please call our Executive office at 516-538-1108.

HEVN FAMILIES AGAINST VIOLENCE

MISSION STATEMENT:
The HEVN Families against Violence component provides an avenue for families who have been affected by violence, (especially gang/youth violence) addressing their pain, hurt, and needs through a mutual relationship support system. The end result is realizing restoration of the family and community.

PLAN OF ACTION:
1.To hold monthly/bimonthly meetings, to embrace families who are victims of violence and develop a support system that brings healing and assistance in the new direction of their lives as a result of being victimized by violence.

2. Hold "Stop, The Violence Rallies" in our local communities. Continue to develop a plan of action which addresses ALL VIOLENCE IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

3. Keeping before the face of Clergy/Churches, Government Officials, Community Leaders and Communities as whole, the pain, suffering, and struggles that families have endured as a result of violence. Making it known that violence must never be ignored or the pain and struggles that both the victims and their families experience daily.

4. Support for other functions, rallies press conferences and events sponsored by H.E.V.N. and their partners.

5. Establish a bereavement component that will support/comfort families who have lost love ones through acts of violence.

HEVN MANHOOD PROGRAM

One of our most successful components, HEVN's Manhood Program seeks to recruit, train, and develop leaders for today, and to prepare successful young men for the future. We have transformed the lives of many young teenage boys who have developed to become model citizens of their community.

NASSAU COUNTY JAIL MANHOOD / WOMANHOOD PROGRAM

The H.E.V.N. Community Clusters meet once weekly in local neighborhoods to discuss the current state of crime, economy and other important topics within that community. We currently have clusters set up for Hempstead and Roosevelt. For more information about becoming a cluster member for your community, please call our Executive office at 516-538-1108.

HEVN ADOPT-A-POP PROGRAM

Mission Statement: To restore/strengthen relationships between fathers and sons in a holistic manner and develop a manhood program that will enable males to be established as a man fulfilling their God ordained purpose in life. Restoring relationship s between God and man, bringing restoration to families, and communities.

Plan Of Action: Our plan of action is to: 1. Bringing total restoration in the lives of men, fathers ,sons, that will in return give support to our families and help dismantle violence in our communities. 2. Restore men back to God. 3. Males who don't know how to be a father will be mentored in fatherhood. 4. Sons without fathers will be mentored by mature fathers. 5. Develop meetings, workshops, counseling sessions in regards to manhood/.fatherhood. "Teaching Men How To Be Men." 6. Annual Fathers/Sons Manhood Conference held Father's Day Weekend. 7. Provide resources for males/females in prison, being released from prison. (Prison Ministry)

HEVN HEMPSTEAD COMMUNITY DAY

The Hempstead Community Awareness Days was developed to make the village of Hempstead aware of the resources that resides within. This day of fun, food and music normally features a barbecue, gospel concert and the Hykeim Coney Basketball Classic. This component is held every year by the members of the HEVN Hempstead Cluster. For more information on how to be involved, please contact our executive office at [email protected]

HEVN ROOSEVELT COMMUNITY AWARENESS DAY

The Roosevelt Community Awareness Days was developed to make the village of Roosevelt aware of the resources that resides within. Similar to Hempstead Day, this day of fun, food and music normally features a barbecue, gospel concert and the Hykeim Coney Basketball Classic. This component is held every year by the members of the HEVN Roosevelt Cluster. For more information on how to be involved, please contact our executive office at [email protected]

HEVN MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

The HEVN Mentorship program is designed to address the needs of individuals holistically and to help redirect and strengthen their lives in a positive direction. Youths are connected with individuals who can help them to identity the potential the lies within and harness it to live out a fulfilling lifestyle.

HEVN CAREER NETWORK

The HEVN Career Network was designed to help individuals in search of employment to find jobs and careers. We connect individuals with our network of employment agencies and allow for a one-stop-shop for providing the support and tools to find a rewarding career.

HEVN YOUTH IN ACTION

The HEVN Youth In Action component seeks to engage teens and young adults by providing community service oppotunities. By participating in community service, they have the ability to live out enriching lives while building a network of resources and building relationships.

HEVN LAW CLINIC

The HEVN Law Clinic seeks to help individuals in need of legal help who otherwise would not be able to afford it. Through our network of partners in the legal system, we are able to provide a group of lawyers that will hold an initial meeting with our clients who have criminal or any kind of legal matter by providing free consultation concerning rights and suggestions of which steps to take.

HEVN ANGER REMOVAL WORKSHOP

The HEVN Anger Removal Workshop is a workshop series which is catered to the process of discovering the root of anger in one's life and removing it through the process of forgiveness. Workshops are help every couple of months but can be held on request. For more information, please call our Executive Director, Bishop Mackey at 516.538.1108 to find out how you can sign up.

HEVN ANGER REMOVAL/RE-ENTRY INTO SOCIETY

The recidivism rate in New York State is over 50%. The HEVN Anger Removal/Re-Entry Into Society program seeks to work with prison inmates to help them identify and remove any anger they may have and helps with the transition back into society.

HEVN OUTREACH TEAM

The HEVN Outreach team is driven by the sole purpose of building awareness of our services and networking to help to promote the agenda of removing violence in our communities. The outreach team also helps us to build our ever-growing coalition of affiliates.

HEVN PROJECT PEACE TREATY

The HEVN Project Peace Treaty was put in place to help to identify those who seek peace in the community and to hold school, ministries, organization and the community responsible for helping to make that happen. HEVN currently has peace treaties catered specifically for schools, communities, and gangs. For more information on our peace treaties and how to get it implemented in your school or community, please email us at [email protected] and place HEVN Project Peace Treaty in the subject line.

H.E.V.N. Community Clusters

(Roosevelt/Hempstead)
The H.E.V.N. Community Clusters meet once weekly in local neighborhoods to discuss the current state of crime, economy and other important topics within that community. We currently have clusters set up for Hempstead and Roosevelt. For more information about becoming a cluster member for your community, please contact our Executive office at [email protected]

Nassau County Jail Anger-REMOVAL / Re-entry into Society Program

The Nassau County Jail Anger-REMOVAL / Re-entry into Society Program caters to individuals who have recently re-entered society after being incarcerated. This program is a great follow-up to our manhood/womanhood programs held at Nassau County Jail.

H.E.V.N. Families Against Violence

The HEVN Familes against Violence component provides an avenue for families who have been affected by violence, (especially gang/youth violence) addressing their pain, hurt, and needs through a mutual relationship support system. The end result is realizing restoration of the family and community.

We do this by conducting monthly meetings, holding anti-violence rallies, and keeping before the face of Clergy/Churches, Government Officials, Community Leaders and Communities as whole.

Adopt-A-Pop Program

Mission Statement: To restore/strengthen relationships between fathers and sons in a holistic manner and develop a manhood program that will enable males to be established as a man fulfilling their God ordained purpose in life. Restoring relationships between God and man, bringing restoration to families, and communities.

Plan Of Action: Our plan of action is to:

1. Bring total restoration in the lives of men, fathers, sons, that will in return give support to our families and help dismantle violence in our communities. 

2. Restore men back to God. 

3. Males who don’t know how to be a father will be mentored in fatherhood. 

4. Sons without fathers will be mentored by mature fathers. 

5. Develop meetings, workshops, counseling sessions in regards to manhood/fatherhood. "Teaching Men How To Be Men."

6. Annual Fathers/Sons Manhood Conference held Father’s Day Weekend. 

7. Provide resources for males/females in prison, being released from prison. (Prison Ministry)

Roosevelt High School Manhood Program

HEVN’s Manhood Program seeks to recruit, train, and develop leaders for today, and to prepare successful young men/women for the future. These meetings are held within Roosevelt high school.

Nassau County Jail Manhood/Womanhood Program

Like its high school counterpart, the Nassau County Jail Manhood/Womanhood Program seeks to recruit, train, and develop leaders for today, and to prepare successful young men and women for the future. These meetings are held within the scope of Nassau County Jail every Wednesday and helps to reduce the recividism rate of inmates re-entering society.

The second part of this program is additional meetings that are held on the 2nd Sunday of every month. This helps to re-inforce the values being taught in the Wednesday meetings.

H.E.V.N. Hempstead Community Awareness Day

The Hempstead Community Awareness Days was developed to make the village of Hempstead aware of the resources that resides within. This day of fun, food and music normally features a barbeque, gospel concert and the Hykeim Coney Basketball Classic. This component is held every year by the members of the HEVN Hempstead Cluster. For more information on how to be involved, please contact our executive office at [email protected]

H.E.V.N. Career Network

The HEVN Career Network was designed to help individuals in search of employment to find jobs and careers. We connect individuals with our network of employment agencies and allow for a one-stop-shop for providing the support and tools to find a rewarding career.

Town Meetings (Gang Awareness /Sex Offender Awareness)

The Hempstead Town Meetings are special meetings conducted that produces awareness to our communities about current local gang activity as well as registered sex offenders in the area. The Town meetings program is built on the premise that when our communities are made aware of what’s going on in their neighborhood, then preventative measures can be taken.

H.E.V.N. Roosevelt Community Awareness Day

The Roosevelt Community Awareness Days was developed to make the community of Roosevelt aware of the resources that resides within. This day of fun, food and music normally features a barbeque, gospel concert and the Hykeim Coney Basketball Classic. This component is held every year by the members of the HEVN Roosevelt Cluster. For more information on how to be involved, please contact our executive office at [email protected]

H.E.V.N. Intercessory Prayer Team

The HEVN Intercessory Prayer Team was built to offer faith-based support to our communities through the power of prayer. Time has shown that prayer changes things and this platform is ideal for those who are truly concerned about their neighborhood.

H.E.V.N. Mentorship Program

The HEVN Mentorship program is designed to address the needs of individuals wholistically and to help redirect and strengthen their lives in a positive direction. Youths are connected with individuals who can help them to identitfy the potential the lies within and harness it to live out a fulfilling lifestyle.

Project Peace Treaty

The HEVN Project Peace Treaty was put in place to help to identify those who seek peace in the community and to hold school, ministries, organization and the community responsible for helping to make that happen. HEVN currently has peace treaties catered specifically for schools, communities, and gangs. For more information on our peace treaties and how to get it implemented in your school or community, please email us at [email protected] and place HEVN Project Peace Treaty in the subject line.

H.E.V.N.’s Project 1000

Project 1000 is a special fundraising effort developed with the intent to gain 1,000 supporters who would pledge to donate $100 monthly. This would allow us to build the funds necessary to further progress our charge.

H.E.V.N. Hykiem Coney Basketball League

The Hykiem Coney Basketball League was created in honor of the late Hykiem Coney who was an instrumental figure in HEVN’s success. The Basketball leagues helps to unite groups by creating a series of basketball tournaments. They are usually held at our annual Hempstead and Roosevelt Community Awareness Day events.

Project Restoration: Terrace Avenue

The Project Restoration: Terrace Avenue component was created in order to help to restore the Terrace Avenue back to a drug free and crime free zone through regular outreach and directly pointing Terrace Avenue residents to helpful resources and programs.

HEVN Helpers Project

The HEVN Helpers Project is a program that’s set up to allow supporters of HEVN’s mission to become volunteers in various capacities. It’s also a way for people to contribute regular donations to further HEVN’s mission of erradicating violence.

H.E.V.N. Executive Office Projects Volunteers

The HEVN Executive Office Projects Volunteers program helps individuals to develop valuable work experience through volunteering at our executive office. This program is ideal for at-risk youth who are mandated by district courts to volunteer hours to a reputable organization.

H.E.V.N. Prison Ministry

The HEVN Prison Ministry allows for HEVN’s Chaplains to reach out to correctional facilities outside of the scope of Nassau County Jail. This helps to broaden our influence and to further our assignment to help end violence.

H.E.V.N. Outreach to Nassau Communities

The HEVN Outreach to Nassau Communities program aims to reach out to residents of our Nassau County communities, redirecting them to programs that could be of help for them.

H.E.V.N. Youth In Action

The HEVN Youth In Action component seeks to engage teens and young adults by providing community service oppotunities. By participating in community service, they have the ability to live out enriching lives while building a network of resources and building relationships.

Mothers Against Violence

Mothers Against Violence is a unique group that addresses hurting mothers whose child or children were the victim of violence. This group offers to restore/strengthen mothers and give them a platform to grieve.

H.E.V.N. Street Outreach Team

The HEVN Street Outreach Team looks to reach out to our surrounding neighborhoods, finding out the needs of locals and educating them of programs and resources that are available to them.

H.E.V.N. Law Clinic

The HEVN Law Clinic seeks to help individuals in need of legal help who otherwise would not be able to afford it. Through our network of partners in the legal system, we are able to provide a group of lawyers that will hold an initial meeting with our clients who have criminal or any kind of legal matter by providing free consultation concerning rights and suggestions of which steps to take.

H.E.V.N. Anger Removal Workshop

The HEVN Anger Removal Workshop is all about exploring the root of one’s anger as a means to remove it. The Anger Removal Workshop is built on the premise that anger shouldn’t just be managed, but instead should be removed. This program currently serves as one of HEVN’s flagship components and has helped countless lives to move forward.

Fatherhood Workshop

The Fatherhood workshop seeks to raise a generation of courageous and upstanding men that will take the charge of fatherhood. Whether learning how to be effective fathers for their own children or just to be a father figure in general, the Fatherhood workshop helps men to become better fathers through Biblical priciples.