R.E.S.E.T. Program


The Rapid Engagement of Support in the Event of Trauma, or R.E.S.E.T., was designed to inform residents about the help and resources available to community members following a homicide.

Citizens can volunteer for R.E.S.E.T and will be trained by Hampton Police, the Victim Services Unit and the Office of Youth & Young Adult Opportunities. Mandatory training sessions are held quarterly.

For more information, contact the Office of Youth and Young Adult Opportunities at 757-727-2730 or email Synethia White.

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  1. April 12 Mayors Forum focuses on the challenges of youth violence in Hampton Roads

    April 12, 2021 - Hampton Mayor Donnie Tuck will host a special online Mayors Forum April 12 to discuss the challenges of youth violence. He'll be joined by the mayors of Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Newport News, Suffolk, and Norfolk. Read on...
  2. Hampton Roads Mayors to talk about youth violence and what local cities are doing

    April 8, 2021 - Hampton Mayor Donnie Tuck will host an online Mayors’ Forum with four other 757 mayors on Monday, April 12. Virginia Beach's Bobby Dyer, Chesapeake's Rick West, Portsmouth's Shannon Glover, and Newport News' McKinley Price will join Tuck. Read on...
  3. Learn more about grants, mini-grants that can be used to help Hampton youth

    Dec. 1, 2020 - Hampton has released a request for proposals for the FY 2021-2022 Youth Violence Prevention Mini-Grant Program. The program is designed to reduce youth-based violence in the community. Read on...