Preventing Violence Affecting Young Lives
The Preventing Violence Affecting Young Lives Program (Short title: PREVAYL) provides funding to implement community and societal level strategies that address social determinants of health and racial inequity to prevent violence impacting adolescents and young adults in areas with high rates of violence. This includes youth violence, teen dating violence, and other adverse childhood experiences, as well as conditions that put communities at greater risk for violence, such as concentrated poverty, limited educational attainment, high unemployment, and racial inequity. Priority consideration will be given to projects that focus on rural, American Indian/Alaska Native, and economically disadvantaged communities.
A detailed list of required project outcomes is available in the application instructions.
Eligible applicants include:
- City, county, state, and special district governments
- Tribal governments (federally recognized and other than federally recognized)
- Independent school districts
- Public, state controlled, and private institutions of higher education
- Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
- Nonprofit organizations with and without 501(c)(3) status
- Tribal organizations
- For-profit organizations and small businesses
Award ceiling: $250,000 per year
Award floor: $225,000 per year
Project period: 5 years
Estimated number of awards: 8
Estimated total program funding: $10,000,000
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