• Project Cry No More (Operation Survivor) Project Cry No More (Operation Survivor)


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Mission Statement

Project Cry No More's Mission is to help Homicide Victims hold on to their "Piece of Peace" by provide Hope.

Our Mission is also to ELIMINATE all violence, especially gang/ gun violence that continues to plague communities across this country, as well as this world.


Project Cry No More is a self-support non-profit group that provides on-going emotional support, education, prevention, intervention, advocacy and awareness to all. Project Cry No More offers emotional support and information about "living through not getting over" a loved one who has fallen victim to gang /gun homicide. PCNM's "In My Shoes" is another project where homicide victims' loved ones share their own experiences and feelings with each other in the same shoes. Our motto is "If you haven't been in our shoes, you don't know our blues".

Project Cry No More provides a Holistic Hands on Approach known as Reality Reunification Wraparound (RRW) which is an evidenced based best practice therapeutic way to living through the homicide of a loved one.



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by Rebecca C. from Las Vegas, NV (2015-09-05 12:18:51.0)
I lost my daughter in 2005. Not by gang violence but accidental over dose. My heart is so sad about the violence in the steets. I watch this on the news and I wondered, is anyone helping the families deal with such a violent loss. America needs to wake up! The real war ia in the streets. Thank You
by Laquita P. (2012-08-22 20:52:37.0)
I live with Pain everyday due to Gang Homicide it seems to hunt me. I don't want anyone to feel like I have been for the past 10+ years. The Pain of my Love Ones has me feeling lost. God has covered me with the Bloody wounds of Jesus Christ so why I still hurt so bad?