Youth Justice Programs | East New York

AIM (Advocate, Intervene and Mentor) is an intensive mentoring and advocacy program that provides individualized wraparound services to youth ages 13 to 18 who are on juvenile probation and facing institutional placement.

AIM enables participants to address and overcome the needs and issues in their lives that led to court involvement, recognize the opportunities and resources that can assist them, and develop positive bonds within their community, putting them on track to a more successful future.

Program Locations

AIM (Advocate, Intervene, Mentor)|East New York

692 Blake Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207, USA
(718) 366-7240 |Get directions