Current Clients

African American Domestic Peace Project
The Mission of the African American Domestic Peace Project (AADPP) is to share ways to reduce violence and increase peace with in the African American Community. AADPP was created from a project of the Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community (IDVAAC). This project gathered members in different cities, in African American communities across the United States that worked to reduce violence and increase peace with in their community. These individuals and many of their programs learn from each other, they share their perspectives with others and encourage anyone inclined to address domestic violence.
Center for Multi Cultural Health
Multi-Cultural. It's not just an important concept. It is the very essence of who we are and what we do, we have worked in partnership with individuals, groups and organizations in the community to promote health and well-being in diverse communities. Our mission is to promote the health and well-being of diverse communities. Our approach is firmly grounded in the principle that effective responses to health issues must be generated in partnership with the community and meet evolving community needs. Therefore, we hire staff who reflect and understand the communities with which they work and who work through and within community networks to ensure support for our programs and services.
National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence
To make the prevention of interpersonal violence a national priority and to encourage healthy relationships by linking science, practice, policy and advocacy.

“PACTION: the amazing spark of change that occurs when Passion meets Action.  Add to this the courage to actualize your revealed purpose and you’ve got Reco Bembry!  What an experience to witness for over 40+ years the PACTION of Reco Bembry change lives, inspire hope and build community.  It is our privilege to call him friend.”

Steve and Vida Sneed , City of Seattle Seattle Center

“A Great Man!! A wonderful father, husband, provider and all around good person.  He has nothing but positive vibes whenever you see him.  He always see’s the good in everyone and never judges no one.”

Lois Barrow ,

“Reco is so patient with youngsters. He relates to them like wow!!! An example is Patrice (my daughter with Down Syndrome) loves him so much and loves hanging with him.”

Patricia Montgomery , Homesight

“Reco is the type of person that is always there when you need him one phone call away, he never has a problem helping a person in need. His passion is young teens mostly the ones at risk. Reco is always willing to be there for not use family but anyone.  Love you to the moon and back”

Judy Barnes, Department Of Transportation