Cambridge youth program awarded funds from Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention program

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CAMBRIDGE, Md. – U.S. Senator Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen announced they would be providing funding for a program based in Cambridge that helps provide vulnerable youth with life skills.

We’re told, ‘Connecting for success, support and services for incarcerated parents and their minor children out of Cambridge will be getting $744,565. The program helps with re-entry planning during incarceration, post-release, group interventions, life skills, anger management, and mental health treatment for youth. Both senators say, everyone deserves a chance and this funding can continue the mission of helping kids thrive.

Funds are coming from the Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention program.

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