Juvenile Council Seeks Program Proposals

The Montgomery County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council is seeking proposals for programs to work with delinquent and at-risk youth. The council is planning to allocate more than $99,000 in funding for such programs in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013.

Applications are being sought for programs such as restitution and community service, mentoring, family skills, aggression replacement therapy and after-school programming. The programs should be outcome-based and compatible with methods shown to be effective with juvenile offenders. Program grants will require a 20% local match.

Details are available from Melinda Morris at 910-572-3281, or online at http://www.montgomerycountync.com.

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