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OJJDP FY 2020 Strategies to Support Children Exposed to Violence Solicitation Webinar

March 2020
The purpose of this March 26, 2020 webinar, titled, "OJJDP FY 2020 Children's Exposure to Violence: Supporting Efforts to Address the Intersection between Victimization and Delinquency Solicitation Webinar," is to provide a general overview of the FY 2020 Children's Exposure to Violence: Supporting Efforts to Address the Intersection between Victimization and Delinquency solicitation.

OJJDP FY 2020 Supporting Effective Interventions for Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children With Sexual Behavior Problems Solicitation Webinar

March 2020
The purpose of this March 17, 2020 webinar, titled, "OJJDP FY 2020 Supporting Effective Interventions for Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children With Sexual Behavior Problems Solicitation Webinar," will be to assist potential applicants interested in applying for the OJJDP FY 2020 Supporting Effective Interventions for Adolescent Sex Offenders and Children With Sexual Behavior Problems Solicitation.

OJJDP FY 2020 Training and Technical Assistance To Expand Children's Advocacy Centers Serving American Indian/Alaska Native Communities Solicitation

March 2020
The purpose of this webinar, held on March 10, 2020 and titled, "OJJDP FY 2020 Training and Technical Assistance to Expand Children's Advocacy Centers Serving American Indian/Alaska Native Communities Solicitation Webinar," is to assist potential applicants interested in applying for the OJJDP FY 2020 Training and Technical Assistance to Expand Children's Advocacy Centers Serving American Indian/Alaska Native Communities Solicitation.

OJJDP Administrator Harp's January/February 2020 Video Message

January 2020

This issue's Message From the Administrator discusses the vital role mentoring can play in ensuring a brighter future for our nation's youth: Students who meet regularly with their mentors are 52 percent less likely than their peers to skip a day of school, 46 percent less likely to start using illegal drugs, and 55 percent more likely to enroll in college.