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JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION CONGRESSIONAL EARMARK PROGRAMS

Award Information

Award #
1999-JS-FX-0020
Location
Awardee County
Washington
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
1999
Total funding (to date)
$668,220
Original Solicitation

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 1999, $75,000)

The Vermont Coalition of Teen Centers will continue to implement a Capacity Building Initiative to: 1) increase the capacity of 35 teen centers to function as a juvenile delinquency and substance abuse prevention resource; 2) increase the quaility and sustainability of teen center programming for youths in 175 communities throughout the state; and 3) increase statewide coordination of community-based prevention approaches for youth. The approach used by the grantee to accomplish these objectives include: 1) increasing the effectiveness of prevention programmings; 2) promoting uniform program operation standards at partcipating teen centers to encourage high quaility programming; 3) providing trainings to youth and staff at teen centers to increase administrative and service delivery capacity; and 4) maintaining and refining a data tracking system at participating teen centers to further evaluate programming.

nca/ncf

The Vermont Coalition of Teen Centers will continue to implement a Capacity Building Initiative to: 1) increase the capacity of 35 teen centers to function as a juvenile delinquency and substance abuse prevention resource; 2) increase the quaility and sustainability of teen center programming for youths in 175 communities throughout the state; and 3) increase statewide coordination of community-based prevention approaches for youth. The approach used by the grantee to accomplish these objectives include: 1) increasing the effectiveness of prevention programmings; 2) promoting uniform program operation standards at partcipating teen centers to encourage high quaility programming; 3) providing trainings to youth and staff at teen centers to increase administrative and service delivery capacity; and 4) maintaining and refining a data tracking system at participating teen centers to further evaluate programming.

nca/ncf

The Vermont Coalition of Teen Centers will continue to implement a Capacity Building Initiative to: 1) increase the capacity of 35 teen centers to function as a juvenile delinquency and substance abuse prevention resource; 2) increase the quaility and sustainability of teen center programming for youths in 175 communities throughout the state; and 3) increase statewide coordination of community-based prevention approaches for youth. The approach used by the grantee to accomplish these objectives include: 1) increasing the effectiveness of prevention programmings; 2) promoting uniform program operation standards at partcipating teen centers to encourage high quaility programming; 3) providing trainings to youth and staff at teen centers to increase administrative and service delivery capacity; and 4) maintaining and refining a data tracking system at participating teen centers to further evaluate programming.

nca/ncf

The Vermont Coalition of Teen Centers will continue to implement a Capacity Building Initiative to: 1) increase the capacity of 35 teen centers to function as a juvenile delinquency and substance abuse prevention resource; 2) increase the quaility and sustainability of teen center programming for youths in 175 communities throughout the state; and 3) increase statewide coordination of community-based prevention approaches for youth. The approach used by the grantee to accomplish these objectives include: 1) increasing the effectiveness of prevention programmings; 2) promoting uniform program operation standards at partcipating teen centers to encourage high quaility programming; 3) providing trainings to youth and staff at teen centers to increase administrative and service delivery capacity; and 4) maintaining and refining a data tracking system at participating teen centers to further evaluate programming.

nca/ncf

Date Created: July 1, 1999