At-Risk and Delinquent Youth: Efficiency Questions Arise from Multiple Federal Programs
DIANE Publishing, 1996 - 98 pages
Identifies federal programs that serve at-risk or delinquent youth. Provides information on the amount of FY 1995 appropriations dedicated toward youth. Focuses on crime/violence intervention, gang intervention, mentoring, substance abuse interventions and support services. Provides information on various characteristics, including services provided and target groups; and assesses the potential for program overlap and duplication of services. Charts and tables.
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abused/neglected Administration for Children adolescents alcohol amended 42 U.S.C. amended added Amount not available appropriate Arts At-Risk or Delinquent at-risk/high-risk youth Child Abuse Children and Families Community Services comprehensive conflict resolution Control counseling Crime Crime/violence intervention Delinquency Prevention Delinquent Youth Demonstration Department Descriptions of Federal Drug Abuse drug/alcohol abusers Economically disadvantaged Education Federal funding Federal Programs focused activities funding for youth gang intervention Grant Grant Program Health Service Act Human identified individuals job training assistance Justice and Delinquency Juvenile Justice juvenile offenders Legislative authorization Mental Health Services mentoring million minority Native American needs neglect Objective Office parental/family intervention percent planning and program populations Program Administered program development Programs for At-Risk projects promote Public Health Service Public Law reduce research/evaluation Self-sufficiency skills Services provided social substance abuse intervention support services Target groups technical assistance training and technical tutoring victims of crime violence women
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