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Community Passageways (CP) is a Seattle based nonprofit founded in 2017 with a vision for zero youth incarceration. As a felony diversion and prevention program, CP is leading the way in reimagining and actively creating an alternative to today’s criminal legal system.

We create alternatives to incarceration for youth and young adults by rebuilding our communities through committed relationships centered on love, compassion, and consistency.
  • Advocacy
    Youth Advocacy
  • Education
    Youth Programs
  • Health & Wellness
    Social & Health Services
  • Essential Services
    Legal Services

We support our youth and young adults at every stage of the criminal legal process—from prevention to detention. This is designed to replace the school-to-prison pipeline with a school-to-life success pipeline. Instead of suspensions and expulsions, we strive for restorative and culturally-relevant programming. Instead of police, prosecutors, and judges, we operate with mentors, counselors, and circle keepers. Instead of frustration and denial, we build purpose and opportunity. Instead of jails, we will have homes, schools, jobs, and a community that stands with our youth.

Our programs focused on personal healing, identity development, and leadership building. We have a four-pronged approach to community justice:

  1. Prevention: Keep youth on a good path. Show them new paths.
  2. Diversion: Keep people out of the prison system and in community.
  3. Support: Support people already in the prison system.
  4. Reintegrate: Ensure a smooth, successful integration into the community.

Our community-centered, evidence-based model provides an alternative to the current criminal legal system.