Developing the Pathways to Productive Citizenship re-entry program for juvenile offenders

The Foundation's Local Initiative Funding Partners Program is a matching grants program designed to establish partnerships between the Foundation and local grantmakers in support of innovative, community-based projects that improve health and health care for underserved and vulnerable populations.Juvenile offenders on probation or parole reenter the community with multiple referrals to education, family counseling, substance abuse treatment, mental health care, gang intervention and other services. But an effective reentry requires a collaborative team approach, community and family involvement, sustained client follow-up and effective coordination across participating agencies. Using an evidence-based approach, this new community reentry team will work with the youth and his/her family and probation or parole officer to tailor services to assure that the individualized plan for each youth is completed. Local funders include the Nicholson Foundation.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $200,000.00

Awarded on: 7/12/2011

Time frame: 8/1/2011 - 7/31/2012

Grant Number: 69229


Bridge, Inc.

860 Bloomfield Avenue
West Caldwell, 07006-7106


Stanford L. Brown
Project Director