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Juvenile Crime Prevention Council’s Youth Program for North Carolina


The Harnett County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) is now accepting proposals for fiscal year 2022-2023.  The JCPC’s Mission is to address the gaps in youth service by promoting prevention, intervention, treatment and aftercare strategies, which strengthen families and community safety.

Donor Name: Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC)

State: North Carolina

County: Harnett County (NC)

Type of Grant: Grant

Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): 03/01/2022

Size of the Grant: $320,045

Grant Duration: 1 Year


Harnett County JCPC anticipates receiving funds from the North Carolina Department of Public Safety (DPS), Division of Adult Corrections & Juvenile Justice, Juvenile Community Programs section in the amount of $320,045.  These funds are to serve delinquent youth and youth most at risk to become delinquent.

If you have a program serving youth, or are currently seeking funding to start a program to help serve youth, the Harnett County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council will be accepting proposals for the funding period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023 from local government agencies and private non-profits with 501-c-3 status. The JCPC will consider proposals for the following needed programs:

  • Parent/Family Skill Building
  • Mentoring Services
  • Vocational Skills/Development
  • Clinical Assessments
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Sex Offender Treatment
  • Tutoring/Academic Enhancement
  • Restitution/Community Service
  • Teen Court/Restorative Justice
  • Mediation/Confliction Resolution
  • Group Home Care
  • Runaway/Respite Shelter Care
  • Juvenile Structure Day Programs
  • Interpersonal Skill Building
  • Individual/Family Counseling

Proposed program services should target the following risk factors for delinquency or repeat delinquency:

  • Mental Health Needs
  • School Behavior Problems
  • Relationships with Peers
  • Parenting Skills/Supervision
  • Running Away from Home
  • Substance Abuse Issues

Programs should address the following concerns as reported in the Needs Assessments for adjudicated youth:

  • Peer Domain: Peer Relationships
  • Individual Domain: Abuse and Neglect History, Mental Health Needs, Substance Abuse
  • Family Domain: Conflict in the Home, Family Supervision Skills, Family Substance Abuse
  • School Domain: School Behavior Problems

Such programs will serve delinquent and at-risk youth for the state fiscal year 2022-2023 beginning on, or after, July 1, 2022. The use of DPS funds in Harnett County does require a 10% local match.


  • Local public agencies, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporations and local housing authorities are invited to submit applications to provide services addressing the elements.
  • Applicants are being sought that are able to address items below:
    • Program services compatible with research that are shown to be effective with juvenile offenders.
    • Program services are outcome-based.
    • The program has an evaluation component.
    • Program services detect gang participation and divert individual, if applicable.

For more information, visit Youth Program Funding.

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