Department of Family and Support Services Comm. Lisa Morrison Butler speaks to aldermen during a budget hearing on Monday.

The city’s Department of Family and Support Services plans early next year to launch a $4.7 million anti-violence initiative as a potential alternative to the city’s widely criticized Juvenile Intervention and Support Center (JISC), officials announced Monday.

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