Our mission: We unite residents, youth, law enforcement and community resources to build safe and empowered neighborhoods. Our strategy: Team members dedicated to building relationships in the community work together in targeted Milwaukee neighborhoods where the comprehensive efforts encourage collective efficacy, resident capacity and youth leadership.

Safe & Sound's 2020 Outcomes Amid a Global Pandemic...


Residents reached at their front doors in face-to-face conversations each year


Residents participants at 663 in person and virtual community meetings & events


Number of neighborhood nuisances—like loitering, drug dealing, public drunkenness—resolved each year


Number of flyers and resources distributed highlight job opportunities, community events and more.

TMJ4: Milwaukee “Safe & Sound” Organization Moving to a New Location, Unveils Official Renderings

By: Taylor Lumpkin Posted at 6:25 PM, Apr 04, 2022 MILWAUKEE — A former two-story church will soon become the new home for the Milwaukee non-profit Safe and Sound. “Being able to move to this new building gives us complete access to our residence, to the young people that we serve,” said Safe and Sound interim executive […]

Safe & Sound hires JCP Construction for Sherman Park HQ construction

By: Sean Ryan Posted: October 4, 2021 See original article here! Milwaukee nonprofit Safe & Sound hired two minority firms to lead its conversion of a Sherman Park church into a new headquarters, including growing Milwaukee general contractor JCP Construction. Founded by the three Phelps brothers in 2009, JCP Construction has grown its capacity working […]

Milwaukee Business Journal: Nonprofit Safe & Sound moving to Sherman Park after buying former Mormon church

By: Sean Ryan Posted: September 21, 2021 See the original here! Milwaukee nonprofit organization Safe & Sound is moving its headquarters to a former church it acquired in the Sherman Park neighborhood, where it plans to build closer community ties and host gatherings. The purchase at 4422 W. Leon Terrace marks the first time Safe […]


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