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JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION CONGRESSIONAL EARMARK PROGRAMS

Award Information

Award #
2001-JS-FX-0004
Location
Awardee County
Bronx
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2001
Total funding (to date)
$3,287,091
Original Solicitation

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2001, $997,800)

The Latino Pastoral Action Center, Inc. LPAC) serves to address the social, economic, educational and moral problems confronting youth, ages 6-21, in the Southwest Bronx through academic assistance, sports, cultural actvities, recreation, and counseling programs. Several of LPAC's community based programs include: Outreach services for TANF eligible families; college preparatory programing, urban youth fellows leadership; an AmeriCorps site; an afterschool program; civic responsibility; operation of a Charter School, and an urban ministry. LPAC serves some 5,000 community residents per year through its extensive programming efforts. LPAC's Urban Ministry Complex focuses on literacy development, academic enrichment, leadership development, advocacy, recreation, computer literacy, and employment training.

NCA/NCF

The Latino Pastoral Action Center, Inc. (LPAC) serves to address the social, economic, educational and moral problems confronting youth, ages 6-21, in the Southwest Bronx through academic assistance, sports, cultural actvities, recreation, and counseling programs. Several of LPAC's community based programs include: Outreach services for TANF eligible families; college preparatory programing, urban youth fellows leadership; an AmeriCorps site; an afterschool program; civic responsibility; operation of a Charter School, and an urban ministry. LPAC serves some 5,000 community residents per year through its extensive programming efforts. LPAC's Urban Ministry Complex focuses on literacy development, academic enrichment, leadership development, advocacy, recreation, computer literacy, and employment training. The Greater Heights Youth Program is the centerpiece of LPAC's Youth and Young Adults Ministry, targeting 750 youth and young adults, ages 13-24 in Southwest Bronx. NCA/NCF

The Latino Pastoral Action Center, Inc. LPAC) serves to address the social, economic, educational and moral problems confronting youth, ages 6-21, in the Southwest Bronx through academic assistance, sports, cultural actvities, recreation, and counseling programs. Several of LPAC's community based programs include: Outreach services for TANF eligible families; college preparatory programing, urban youth fellows leadership; an AmeriCorps site; an afterschool program; civic responsibility; operation of a Charter School, and an urban ministry. LPAC serves some 5,000 community residents per year through its extensive programming efforts. LPAC's Urban Ministry Complex focuses on literacy development, academic enrichment, leadership development, advocacy, recreation, computer literacy, and employment training.

NCA/NCF

The Latino Pastoral Action Center, Inc. (LPAC) serves to address the social, economic, educational and moral problems confronting youth, ages 6-21, in the Southwest Bronx through academic assistance, sports, cultural actvities, recreation, and counseling programs. Several of LPAC's community based programs include: Outreach services for TANF eligible families; college preparatory programing, urban youth fellows leadership; an AmeriCorps site; an afterschool program; civic responsibility; operation of a Charter School, and an urban ministry. LPAC serves some 5,000 community residents per year through its extensive programming efforts. LPAC's Urban Ministry Complex focuses on literacy development, academic enrichment, leadership development, advocacy, recreation, computer literacy, and employment training. The Greater Heights Youth Program is the centerpiece of LPAC's Youth and Young Adults Ministry, targeting 750 youth and young adults, ages 13-24 in Southwest Bronx. NCA/NCF

Date Created: August 14, 2001