Park and Recreation Mentoring for Youth Impacted by Substance Misuse
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The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) provides grants that offer funding, training, and peer networking to help local parks and recreation agencies develop and implement evidence-based mentoring programs designed to support youth living in communities with high rates of substance misuse who have experienced substance misuse directly in the home or personally.
Mentoring programs should prioritize mentoring services for youth who have historically faced barriers to youth development opportunities including Black, American Indian/Alaska Native; Hispanic/Latino; Asian American; LGBTQ+ youth; and youth living in low-income and rural communities.
Eligible applicants are local parks and recreation agencies in 24 U.S. states.
Contact Cassie Pais with questions about eligibility.
Award amount: $70,000
Project period: 2.5 years
Estimated number of awards: 20
A link to the online application portal is available on the program website.
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