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The Gang Prevention and Intervention Task Force Grant Program was developed to coordinate strategic investments in partnership with community based service providers to increase support for high-risk youth and families to address and prevent gang and youth violence in our community. 

In the 2016 pilot year, 18 grantees provided over an estimated 117,000 service hours to 2,835 youth who were at risk for gang involvement or already gang involved. Direct service hours included school based support, workforce readiness/ job training, family-based support, life skills/ cognitive development , street outreach and community awareness/ engagement. Read more about the work of the 2016 grantees in the 2016 Program Evaluation Report

See below for an exhaustive list of all of the programs funded since the beginning of the Grant Program in 2016. 

Agency Program
916ink Amplifying Youth Voice
Boys & Girls Club Great Futures
The Hawk Institute Leadership Academy
Improve Your Tomorrow College to Community Pipeline
La Familia Project Real
Mutual Assistance Network College Sports Academy
Rebranding You, Inc. Brother to Brother
Always Knocking Big Homie Street Team
Another Choice, Another Chance The Family Forum
Bridge Network Crisis Response Team
East Bay Asian Youth Center Street Team
Latino Leadership Council  Proyecto De Familias
Roberts Family Development Ctr. N. Sac Community Coalition
South Sac Christian Center R.I.S.E Up
WellSpace Health Sac Violence Intervention
Campus Life Connection South Sac Crossover
Dress for Success P/I for Young Girls & Women
Health Education Council SHOP Project
Reading Partners One on One Tutoring
SAYS Project Heal
Target Excellence Sacramento Youth Restoration
Musical Instruments N' Kids Hands Mobile Music Program
Shoulder to Shoulder Mentoring for Urban Fatherless Youth
National Academic Youth Corp.  Y-Corp Entrepreneur Program
GAP Inside-Out
Focus on Family Visual and Performing Arts Academy
Fresh Producers Well Fed Fresher Sacramento

The 2017 Gang Prevention And Intervention Task Force Grantees

The City of Sacramento recently completed Requests for Qualifications for the second round of grants through the Task Force Grant Program. Funding recommendations were presented to City Council on December 6, 2016, view the council report.

For more information on the 2017 grantees, such as contact information, please view this list of agencies and their programs.

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