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Bronx Youth Partnership

Award Information

Award #
2005-JV-FX-0260
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2005
Total funding (to date)
$394,775

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2005, $197,329)

The Delinquency Prevention program will utilize the resources of three local partner agencies (Mosholu Montefiore Community Center, Riverdale Neighborhood House and Kingsbridge Heights Community Center) to provide leadership training, community service opportunities, sports and recreational activities, entrepreneurships/internships and college preparation activities for 305 at-risk youth in the North Bronx area of New York. This program will increase the protective factors available to youth while decreasing possible risk factors by allowing youth to develop their skills various areas, including college preparation, employment, academics, leadership and conflict resolution. The Delinquency Prevention Program will facilitate 1) supportive/caring relationships with adults, 2) increased academic/vocational expectations, 3) positive involvement with peer groups,and 4) positive connections to the community. The success of this program will be measured through staff observations, self-reports, attendance reports and a point system designed to reward positive participation.
NCA/NCF

The Bronx Cluster of Settlement Houses will implement prevention and intervention programs targeting at-risk youth in settlement houses in the Northwest Bronx in New York City. The primary goals are to 1) increase opportunities for pro-social activities, positive relationships with supportive adults, and positive connections with school and community; and 2) improve skills in conflict resolution, academics, college preparation, and employment. The primary activities include the provision of leadership, community service, sports and recreation, entrepreneurship, college preparation, and internship after school, summer, and weekend programs. NCA/NCF

Date Created: September 19, 2005