Dare County JCPC has funds for at-risk youth

By on February 2, 2020

(Dare County Sheriff’s Office)

The Dare County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) has announced the availability of $113,065 for programs serving delinquent and at-risk youth for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The council functions as an advisory board to the Dare County Board of Commissioners and the county website defines its mission as identifying “needed services for juveniles and [assuring] that these resources are available to help reduce delinquency and community crime.”

According to a release posted on the Dare County Sheriff’s Facebook page, use of the JCPC funds requires a 30% local match. The JCPC will consider proposals for: Mentoring Services, Parent/Family skill Building, Interpersonal Skill Building, Vocational Skills, Tutoring, Restitution/Community Service, Mediation, Teen Court, Psychological Assessments, Counseling, Home Based Family Counseling, Substance Abuse Treatment, Sexual Offender Treatments.

Any local public agency or private 501 (c) 3 non-profit organizations interested in applying for these funds must complete an application online by visiting https://bit.ly/2RC22Js. For full RFP and additional information call Gail Hutchison, JCPC Secretary at 252-475-9198. Program applications are due March 2, 2020. Mail program applications to: Gail Hutchison at P.O. Box 757, Manteo, NC 27954.

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