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Safe and Successful Youth Initiative and Related Programs

4000-0005

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Description
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY18 $12,422,124 $12,422,124
FY17 $10,185,175 $9,962,124
FY16 $11,782,695 $11,314,449
FY15 $12,767,168 $12,178,039
FY14 $14,678,115 $13,901,178
FY13 $8,794,152 $8,201,178
FY12 $13,847,514 $12,700,000
FY11 $3,142,657 $2,800,000
FY10 $4,002,611 $3,496,822
FY09 $7,426,714 $6,425,000
FY08 $9,031,008 $7,705,000
FY07 $7,412,720 $6,098,100
FY06 $4,502,285 $3,610,000
FY05 $2,626,102 $2,029,000
FY04$0$0
FY03 $149,884 $110,000
FY02 $1,810,291 $1,299,940
FY01 $6,455,513 $4,554,940
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Funding for Safe and Successful Youth Initiative and Related Programs
37.5%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Notes

  • Youth violence prevention grants have been funded in several line items within the Exec. Office of Health and Human Services and within the Dept. Public Health, so they are all grouped together. In FY04, there were also earmarked funds within the total funding for the Exec. Office of Health and Human Services, which is not included in this group.

* Funding and comparison information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.

The Safe and Successful Youth Initiative takes a multi-faceted and community-based public health and public safety approach to reducing gun-related violence among high risk young people in 11 selected cities.

This line item (formerly funding Youth Violence Prevention Grants) currently funds grants to municipalities that join with community partners to implement violence prevention programs focusing on young people between the ages of 14 and 24 who are at risk of being victims or perpetrators of gun violence. Grants are awarded to municipalities with high levels of youth-related homicides and other assaults.

Communities that receive grants must show that they have relationships with community partners, including educational, medical, and behavioral health programs and community- and faith-based organizations, and they must implement strategies to coordinate services and fill gaps in services for youth. Activities supported by the grants include street outreach, trauma counseling, and employment programs.

Updated February, 2015

Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY18 GAA $9,422,124 $9,422,124
FY18 Leg $9,422,124 $9,422,124
FY18 Sen $11,909,227 $11,909,227
FY18 SWM $10,839,227 $10,839,227
FY18 Hou $10,604,228 $10,604,228
FY18 HWM $9,439,228 $9,439,228
FY18 Gov $9,939,227 $9,939,227
FY17 $10,185,175 $9,962,124

Notes

  • Youth violence prevention grants have been funded in several line items within the Exec. Office of Health and Human Services and within the Dept. Public Health, so they are all grouped together. In FY04, there were also earmarked funds within the total funding for the Exec. Office of Health and Human Services, which is not included in this group.

* Funding information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.