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The Code of Federal Regulations guides grantees in the policies that govern the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program.

Legislation authorizing the Runaway and Homeless Youth Program moved from Title 42 to Title 34 in the United States Code. Here is the text of the legislation. 

Every year, FYSB funds a range of discretionary programs coordinated by the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program.

Through the State Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP), FYSB awards grants to State agencies to educate young people on both abstinence and contraception to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS. The program targets youth ages 10—19 who are homeless, in foster care, live in rural areas or in geographic areas with high teen birth rates, or come from racial or ethnic minority groups. The program also supports pregnant and parenting youth.

The Family and Youth Services Bureau is sponsoring a federal evaluation Visit disclaimer page of the PREP program. This report describes the overall goals of the study, explains how sites were selected, and provides an overview of the four sites.

 

 

“Locate a Teen Pregnancy Prevention Trainer” is a database of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) grantees that provide training for facilitators and trainers in the 35 evidence-based curricula approved by HHS.

Personal Responsibility Education Innovative Strategies (PREIS) Grant Awards for Fiscal Year 2015.

Funding is available to all Native American Tribes and tribal organizations that meet the definition of “Indian Tribe” or “tribal organization” at 25 U.S.C. 450b and are able to demonstrate their capacity to carry out domestic violence prevention and services programs.

These grants fund projects that educate young people on both abstinence and contraception to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS. Only local organizations and entities located in Florida, Indiana, North Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Guam, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, the Marshall Islands, and Palau were eligible to apply.

The provisions under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) include key investments to assist disconnected youth by providing access to essential education and training to produce skills which meet employer needs.