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NATIONAL POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE YOUTH ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

Award Information

Award #
2002-MU-MU-0010
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2002
Total funding (to date)
$17,297,865
Original Solicitation

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2002, $5,400,000)

The National Association of Police Athletic Leagues will continue to provide with continuation funding to communities with a coordinated planning and resource development approach.
The program will increase the availability of Police Athletic League services by creating new PAL chapters to support community based and out of school time programming. The NAPAL will implement programs during non school hours that increase the participation of juveniles involved in delinquent activity. These program include mentoring, academic assistance recreational and athletic activities, and technology training.
NAPAL will also provide drug, alcohol and gang prevention activities, health and nutritional counseling, cultural and social programs, conflict resolution training, anger management, peer pressure training and job skill preparation. NAPAL outcomes will focus on improved academic success and reduced negative behaviors of the participants, increased knowledge and improved health of the youth in these programs.

NCA/NCF

The National Association of Police Athletic Leagues will continue to provide with continuation funding to communities with a coordinated planning and resource development approach.
The program will increase the availability of Police Athletic League services by creating new PAL chapters to support community based and out of school time programming. The NAPAL will implement programs during non school hours that increase the participation of juveniles involved in delinquent activity. These program include mentoring, academic assistance recreational and athletic activities, and technology training.
NAPAL will also provide drug, alcohol and gang prevention activities, health and nutritional counseling, cultural and social programs, conflict resolution training, anger management, peer pressure training and job skill preparation. NAPAL outcomes will focus on improved academic success and reduced negative behaviors of the participants, increased knowledge and improved health of the youth in these programs.

NCA/NCF

The National Association of Police Athletic Leagues will continue to provide with continuation funding to communities with a coordinated planning and resource development approach. The program will increase the availability of Police Athletic League services by creating new PAL chapters to support community based and out of school time programming. The NAPAL will implement programs during non school hours that increase the participation of juveniles involved in delinquent activity. These program include mentoring, academic assistance recreational and athletic activities, and technology training. NAPAL will also provide drug, alcohol and gang prevention activities, health and nutritional counseling, cultural and social programs, conflict resolution training, anger management, peer pressure training and job skill preparation. NAPAL outcomes will focus on improved academic success and reduced negative behaviors of the participants, increased knowledge and improved health of the youth in these programs.NCA/NCF

Date Created: August 29, 2002