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City Awarded $529,000 in Federal Grants to Support Safe Long Beach Efforts!

Long Beach has been awarded two U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) grants totaling $529,000 to support youth violence prevention strategies, enhance the safety and health of the community, and further implement the goals of Safe Long Beach. The City Council formally accepted the grants at its public meeting on November 3, 2015.

The $250,000 Youth Violence Prevention Expansion Project grant will be aimed at expanding community outreach and local resources to assist families and children affected by violence. As part of this grant, expert training will be provided to more than 80 Safe Long Beach partners who offer specialized care and services for children that are victims of abuse or exposed to violence in the home. Similarly, the $279,000 State and Community Development grant will be used to support Long Beach students, and implement a strategic plan to improve school attendance and reduce truancy and subsequent delinquent behavior. City staff will work alongside the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) to implement the All In campaign at high-truancy schools and engage the community to help ensure that students are in school during regular school hours. As part of this partnership, the LBUSD will receive a portion of this grant in the amount of $100,000.

About Safe Long Beach

Adopted by the City Council in May 2014, Safe Long Beach addresses a broad safety agenda aimed at reducing all forms of violence, including domestic abuse, child abuse, elder abuse, hate crimes, bullying, gang violence, and violent crime. The Plan draws upon the City's many existing assets to target violence at its root and attain the goal of building a safer Long Beach by 2020.

For more information, contact Tracy Colunga, Neighborhood Relations Officer, at 562.570.4413 or

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